EPPO Global Database

Vitis vinifera(VITVI)

Overview
Last modification: 2004-04-19

Basic information
  • EPPO code: VITVI
  • Preferred name: Vitis vinifera
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Mediterranean and Central Europe. Var. vinifera is the cultivated grapevine selected in ancient times within this area, as distinguished from var. sylvestris (q.v.), and now cultivated in suitable climates worldwide. In Europe and the Mediterranean area, it occasionally persists as a relic of cultivation, particularly in localities free from the introduced root pest Daktulosphaira vitifoliae (phylloxera).  In any case, V. vinifera is practically always grafted on an American phylloxera-resistant rootstock, so naturalized plants are more likely to be the rootstock species. 



Other scientific names
Name Authority
Vitis vinifera subsp. vinifera Linnaeus

Common names
Name Language
европейска винена лоза Bulgarian
vinya Catalan
réva vinná Czech
almindelig vin Danish
vindruer Danish
edler Weinstock German
europäische Weinrebe German
Weinstock German
common grapevine English
European grape English (US)
grapevine English (GB)
vid Spanish
aitoviiniköynnös Finnish
vigne French
vigne commune French
vigne cultivée French
vigne d'Europe French
vigne vitifère French
vinska lozika Croatian
bortermő szőlő Hungarian
vite Italian
vite comune Italian
ブドウ Japanese
budô Japanese
wijndruif Dutch
wijnstok Dutch
winorośl właściwa Polish
winorośl właściwa typowa Polish
parreira Portuguese
vide Portuguese
videira Portuguese
videira-europeia Portuguese
виноград винный Russian
виноград культурный Russian
vinič hroznorodý Slovak
vinska trta Slovene
hardhi Albanian
vinranka Swedish
asma Turkish
pu tao Chinese
葡萄 Chinese