Wines & Vines


June 21, 2011
Muscat Blanc

It is a fairly vigorous and prefers marly soil with plenty of limestone, interspersed with banks of sand and sandstone. It is prone to mildew infection, and ripens in mid September.

The bunch is fairly compact, and cylinder or cone shaped. The grapes are round, with a golden colour that can become amber when they are exposed to the sun.


Texts taken from “CUNEO VINI” – Published by the Chamber Of Commerce of Cuneo.
Image taken from the Illustrated Historical Universal Ampelography, L’Artistica Editrice.
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