- Allogène (après 1900)
- 0 Ha (0%)
An artificial hybrid of Millardet and Grasset 101-14 OP and Goldriesling, this variety was created in 1911 at Colmar (Alsace, F) and named after the French General Maréchal Ferdinand Foch. It is related to the Lucie Kuhlmann and Léon Millot varieties. A very early variety resistant to winter frost, it is grown in Switzerland in cooler climates, mainly in German-speaking Switzerland, where it produces intensely coloured wines, with high levels of tannic acid.