Prokupac

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Prokupac
Grape (Vitis)
Color of berry skin Noir
Species Vitis vinifera
Also called See list of synonyms
Origin Serbia

Prokupac is a red Serbian wine grape that is often used to produce darkly colored rosé. The grape is noted for the high sugar levels it can achieve prior to harvest and the high levels of alcohol it can produce following fermentation.[1]

The reasons why Prokupac is widespread grape in Serbia include:[2]

  • resistance to low temperatures
  • not requiring much care
  • giving abundant harvest even on skeletal soil and
  • having high sugar content

Synonyms[edit]

Prokupac is also known under the synonyms Crnka, Darchin, Kamenicarka, Kamenilarka, Kamenitscharka, Majski Cornii, Negotinsko Crno, Nichevka, Nikodimka, Nisevka, Procoupatz, Procupac, Prokoupatz, Prokupats, Prokupatz, Prokupec, Prokupka, Rekavac, Rekovacka Crnka, Rskavac, Rskavats, Rskavaty, Scopsko Cherno, Skopsko Crno, Skopsko Tsrno, Tsrnina, Zachinok, Zaichin, Zarchin, Zarcin, Zartchin, Zartchine.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ J. Robinson Jancis Robinson's Wine Course Third Edition pg 148 Abbeville Press 2003 ISBN 0-7892-0883-0
  2. ^ (Popović 1968, p. 230)
  3. ^ "Prokupac". Vitis International Variety Catalogue. Retrieved 2010-01-31. 

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