Salvador (grape)

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Salvador is a red wine grape that is grown primarily in the Central Valley of California[1] with some experimental plantings in Washington State.[2]

The grape is normally used as a teinturier imparting some of its deep coloring to the blend. The grape's juice has a gelatin like texture and is difficult to extract from its small bunches.[1]


  1. ^ a b Jancis Robinson Vines, Grapes & Wine pg 226 Octopus Publishing 1986 ISBN 978-1-85732-999-5
  2. ^ R. Irvine & W. Clore The Wine Project pg 436 Sketch Publications 1997 ISBN 0-9650834-9-7