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- Fromenteau (sometimes called Beurot) is the name for several grape varieties, most importantly the medieval name for a Burgundian variety which had pale...
- Fleischweiner, Formentin rouge, Fourmenteau rouge, Frencher, Fromente, Fromenteau, Fűszeres, Fűszeres Tramini, Gentil Rose Aromatique, Gentil-duret rouge...
- René de Béthoulat, seigneur de La Grange-Fromenteau (or Bétoulat, Lagrange, Fourmenteau; c. 1585 – before 1660) was deputy governor of the French colony...
- Agnès Sorel Agnès Sorel as Madonna Lactans Born 1422 Fromenteau (Yzeures sur Creuse), Touraine, France Died 9 February 1450 (aged 28) Jumièges, Normandy...
- with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Meunier, Arbanne and Fromenteau. L. Aubry Fils includes Petit Meslier as a component of the "Le Nombre...
- La Grange Fromenteau, who had been chosen as lieutenant general and was preparing to cross with his wife and family. De Lagrange Fromenteau had asked...
- era were probably made from Fromenteau, which is known as a quality grape in northeastern France in this time. Fromenteau is probably the same variety...
- blanc : Auvernat blanc, Bon blanc, Forment, Formentin blanc, Fraentsch, Fromenteau, Gentil blanc, Gruenedel, Princ Bily, Printsch Grau, Ryvola Bila, Schleitheimer...
- the Middle Ages in the Burgundy region, where it was probably called Fromenteau. It spread from Burgundy, along with Pinot noir, arriving in Switzerland...
- Pinot blanc and Arbane; the additional approved grape variety being Fromenteau (Pinot gris). Arbane has a long history of cultivation in the southern...
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