Template:Infobox grape variety

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{{{name}}}
Grape (Vitis)
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{{{caption}}}
Color of berry skin {{{color}}}
Species {{{species}}}
Also called {{{also_called}}}
Origin {{{origin}}}
Original pedigree {{{pedigree0}}}
Pedigree parent 1 {{{pedigree1}}}
Pedigree parent 2 {{{pedigree2}}}
Notable regions {{{regions}}}
Notable wines {{{notable_wines}}}
Ideal soil {{{soil}}}
Hazards {{{hazards}}}
Breeder {{{breeder}}}
Breeding institute {{{institute}}}
Year of crossing {{{crossing_year}}}
Year of selection {{{selection_year}}}
Year of protection {{{protection_year}}}
Formation of seeds {{{seeds_formation}}}
Sex of flowers {{{flowers_sex}}}
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This template can be used to provide comparative, at-a-glance information on grape varieties. See this link for template details.

Usage[edit]

Blank[edit]

{{Infobox grape variety
| name            = 
| image           = 
| caption         = 
| alt             = 
| color           = 
| color_alt       = 
| species         = 
| also_called     = 
| origin          = 
| pedigree0       = 
| pedigree1       = 
| pedigree2       = 
| regions         =
| notable_wines   =
| soil            = 
| hazards         = 
| breeder         = 
| institute       = 
| crossing_year   = 
| selection_year  = 
| protection_year = 
| seeds_formation = 
| flowers_sex     = 
}}

With comments[edit]

{{Infobox grape variety
| name            = <!-- Name of grape variety                -->
| image           = <!-- Image of grape bunch                 -->
| caption         = <!-- Caption of image                     -->
| alt             = <!-- Alternative text describing the image -->
| color           = <!-- Color of berry skin (general type): 
                           Blanc(B, white), 
                           Rose(RS, pink), 
                           Rouge(RG, red), 
                           Gris (G, gray-red), 
                           Noir (N, black)                    -->
| color_alt       = <!-- Actual color of the berry            -->
| species         = <!-- Binomial name of species             -->
| also_called     = <!-- Other names for variety              -->
| origin          = <!-- Country/region of origin, ex:Germany -->
| pedigree0       = <!-- Original pedigree, ex: Blaufraenkisch & Dornfelder -->
| pedigree1       = <!-- Pedigree parent 1, ex: Blaufraenkisch-->
| pedigree2       = <!-- Pedigree parent 2, ex: Dornfelder    -->
| regions         =
| notable_wines   =
| soil            = 
| hazards         = <!-- Viticultural hazards                 -->
| breeder         = <!-- Breeder, by ex: Hill, Bernd          -->
| institute       = <!-- Breeding institute                   -->
| crossing_year   = <!-- Year of crossing, by ex: 1971        -->
| selection_year  = <!-- Year of selection                    -->
| protection_year = <!-- Year of protection                   -->
| seeds_formation = <!-- Formation of seeds, by ex: Complete  -->
| flowers_sex     = <!-- Sex of flowers, by ex: Hermaphrodite -->
}}
{{Infobox grape variety
| name            = Acolon
| image           = Acolon.jpg
| caption         = Acolon grapes
| color           = Noir
| species         = Vitis vinifera; SUBSP. VINIFERA LINNÉ
| also_called     = <!-- Other names for variety              -->
| origin          = [[Germany]]
| pedigree0       = [[Blaufraenkisch]] & [[Dornfelder]]
| pedigree1       = [[Blaufraenkisch]]
| pedigree2       = [[Dornfelder]]
| regions         = [[Württemberg]], Germany
| notable_wines   =
| soil            = 
| hazards         = <!-- Viticultural hazards                 -->
| breeder         = Hill, Bernd
| institute       = Staatliche Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt für Wein- und Obstbau Referat Rebenzüchtung und Rebenveredlung
| crossing_year   = 1971
| selection_year  = <!-- Year of selection                    -->
| protection_year = <!-- Year of protection                   -->
| seeds_formation = Complete
| flowers_sex     = Hermaphrodite 
}}

Remarks[edit]

1. If several names (synonyms) of one grapevine cultivar are known, it is necessary to define a prime name:

  • as prime name the name of the cultivar in its (probable) country of origin is considered;
  • if the origin of the cultivar is uncertain the name under which the cultivar is the most widespread is chosen as prime name;
  • all further names are registered as synonyms.
Example: Pinot noir: synonyms are, for instance, Spätburgunder blau, Auvernat etc.

2. The prime name of a grapevine cultivar is always accompanied by the berry color, using:

  • Blanc (B) = white
  • Rose (RS) = pink
  • Rouge (RG) = red
  • Gris (G) = gray-red
  • Noir (N) = bluish-black
Example: Pinot noir N

3. If the berry color is described in the article by a color name not listed, such "Black" but not "Noir", specifying both the "color" (in this case, "Noir") and "color_alt" (in this case, "Black") will result in an appropriate colored title bar, but display the "color_alt" value in the infobox.

4. If a prime name is composed out of name of the cultivar plus descriptor, e. g. ripening time, berry color, they are arranged in the following order:

prime name - descriptor - berry color
Example: Pinot precoce noir N

5. The following rules are applied if the prime name of a cultivar consists of the breeders name or location and breeding number:

The breeders name or location has to be written in full form and is mentioned in the first place.
Example: Kober 5 BB N, Geilweilerhof 1- 23-13 B

6. The prime name is indicated without genera if the species is part of the prime name.

Example: Rupestris du Lot, not: V. rupestris du Lot

7. All language-specific symbols (accent, cedilla, tilde, dieresis) of prime names are omitted.

8. Prime names of cultivars given in Cyrillic letters are transliterated by using rules of Chemical Abstracts.

Example: Magaracha rannii N

9. Tetraploid cultivars are additionally marked (4N)

Example: Chasselas blanc B (4N)

10. If a cultivar is the descendant of different species it is registered as Interspecific crossing in the field Vitis species.

Example:
Seibel 1 N is a cross of Jaeger 70 x Cinsaut and therefore registered as Interspecific crossing in the field Vitis species

Wine grape varieties[edit]

  • wine_general: general wine characteristics for this grape
  • wine_cool: characteristics of wines made from this grape when grown in a cool climate
  • wine_medium: characteristics of wines made from this grape when grown in a medium climate
  • wine_hot: characteristics of wines made from this grape when grown in a hot climate
  • wine_age: characteristics of wines made from this grape with age

Microformats[edit]

This template emits a "species" microformat, according to the current draft ("straw man") specification.

Wikipedia editors are invited to comment on or contribute to the development of this microformat, via the above links.

The microformat is created by the use of class="biota", and classes for individual taxonomic ranks, such as class="domain" in a span around {{{domain}}} (full list). Please do not change or remove those classes other than as part of development of the microformat. For background information, see microformats on Wikipedia.

External links[edit]

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