||Listan prieto, Almuñeco, Listán negra, Listan Prieto, Palomino negro, Printanier Rouge, Negra Común and Negromuelle
|Areas of cultivation
||Listán negro (also known as Listan Prieto) is a red Spanish wine grape variety that is widely planted in the Canary Islands, particularly on the island of Tenerife where it is a permitted variety in the Denominaciones de Origen (DO) wines of Tacoronte-Acentejo, Valle de la Orotava, Ycoden-Daute-Isora and Valle de Güímar. It is also permitted in the Spanish wine regions of El Hierro, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Palma, Lanzarote.
||In 2007, a Spanish research team discovered that vines growing in California under the name of Mission were identical to many vines growing in South America under the names of País and Criolla. Furthermore, all of these vines were identical to Listán Negro, which means essentially that the Listán Negro of the Canary Islands is the same as the Mission grape that was grown so widely in the early days of California viticulture