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Wine Grapes varieties

Ferrón

Red. Authorised in Ribeiro DO. Very scarce.

Fogoneu

Red. Found on the island of Majorca where it is the main grape in the Felanitx area. It has certain similarities to the French Gamay grape, the basic variety in Beaujolais wines.

Forastera

White. A common variety in certain areas of the Canary Islands, especially on the island of Gomera.

Forcayat

Red. A grape with high yields, producing wines with a very specific aroma, but rather unstable colours. Authorised in Valencia DO.

Frankenthal

Red. Very vigorous grape variety. The berries are spherical, thick (20-23mm), thin-skinned, blue-black color, juicy, and with a slightly grassy flavor.

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