The Siramé grape is a blue grape from Rebschule Meier, Würenlingen, Switzerland, crossed in the late 1970s by Anton Meier. European as well as American varieties were involved, with a Seyve-Villard cross as a dominant parent. The vine ripens early and has shown high resistance to fungal infections. It can be used both as a table grape and for winemaking. The grape clusters are loose and the grapes up to 15 mm in size.