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Linesman Bryan Pancich (94) and Shane Heyer (55) and referees Francois St. Laurent (38) and Kelly Sutherland (11) grab their right arms before the San Jose Sharks-St. Louis Blues hockey game at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on December 17, 2013. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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St. Laurent (sometimes written out either in French as Saint Laurent or in German as Sankt Laurent) is a highly aromatic dark-skinned wine grape variety of the same family as Pinot Noir, originating in France. In Austria, it is primarily found in the regions Niederösterreich and Burgenland. In 2008, Austrian plantations stood at 794 hectares (1,960 acres), and have expanded in the 2000s as a part of general red wine trend in Austria, after having declined somewhat during the 1990s.

A small quantity of St. Laurent is also grown in New Zealand after an import in 2002 into Alexandra, Central Otago.

St. Laurent is known under the following synonyms: Blauer Saint Laurent, Chvartser, Laourentstraoube, Laurenzitraube, Laurenztraube Lorentstraube, Lorenztraube, Lovrenac Crni, Lovrijenac, Lovrijenac Crni, Pinot Saint Laurent, Pinot Sent Laourent, Saint Laurent Noir, Saint Lorentz, Sankt Laurent, Sankt Lorenztraube, Sant Lorentz, Schwarzer, Schwarzer Lorenztraube, Sent Laourent, Sent Lovrenka, Sentlovrenka, Shentlovrenka, Shvartser, St. Laurent, Svati Vavrinetz, Svatovavřinecké, Svatovavrinetske, Svatovavrinetzke, Svaty Vavrinec, Szent Loerinc, Szent Loerinczi, Szent Loerine, Szentloerinc, Vavrinak

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