Wines & Vines


July 4, 2011

In the past this grape was considered more a table grape than a wine grape, but it is a sturdy plant, producing a constantly high output.

It ripens soon after the Arneis, in late September and early October.

This bunch is sparse, of medium size and generally cylindrical with one or two developed wings.

The grape is medium to large with a frosty skin that is greenish-yellow in colour, becoming golden or amber if exposed to the sun.

Texts taken from “CUNEO VINI” – Published by the Chamber Of Commerce of Cuneo.