Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
The origin of Plantet is imprecise but it is certainly parent to Berlandieri or Jacquez. This vine was before 1960 the second direct hybrid producer the most cultivated after the 7053 Seibel (or Chancellor).
The Plantet gives a low quality wine, rich in color and alcohol, with in most cases a good acidity, with rather discreet tannins but with a rather unpleasant foxy flavor for those who do not have the habit of drinking this type of wine. This taste fades when the grapes are very ripe.