À propos de Verdello

Cépage Verdello
Synonymes Verdetto
Couleur raisin Raisin à pellicule blanche
Vigueur Moyenne
Maturation End of September - early October.
Productivité Good
Zones de culture It is present in Umbria, where it is cultivated mainly in the Orvieto area and around Lake Trasimeno, and, more or less, in Tuscany, almost exclusively in the areas of the Grossetano closest to the Umbrian border, primarily around Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana.
Histoire We do not know the true origin of the vine because there is no documentation in this regard. So the origin leaves space to the most varied hypotheses, from the etymological to the botanical. The etymology of the word presupposes some of its kinship with the Verdelho of Portugal, in particular Madeira. Contrary to this hypothesis, ampelographers who do not see any similarity between the two vines. On the other hand no DNA analysis has yet been carried out and all historical research does not provide any support to the theory. There are, in fact, significant migratory phenomena reported between Madeira and Umbria. No cuttings are reported between the two areas and there is no presupposition for the introduction of varieties in Italy. The theory of Portuguese origin therefore, although it can not be completely discarded, is very unlikely to be confirmed. There remains such a similarity to be ignored. Still remaining on the etymological factor, even other grapes that can recall green do not show any probability of any kinship. Its most likely origin, therefore, remains the native Umbrian, where the name for the coloring of berries should be traced green, even in September, which extinguishes only at full maturation. The most recent official documents on the other hand belong to the late nineteenth century, at a very late age. A description by Tonicello appears only in 1894, then resumed by Malon in 1909. For both writers there is no doubt about the Umbrian origin of the vine which was also introduced in 1949 to the Vitivinic Congress and the Uva Of Perugia where it was still declared autochthonous.
Caractéristiques ampélographiques Medium leaf, orbicular, pentalobata; Medium-large cluster, pyramidal, winged, very compact; Medium medium-small, spherical, with thick, thick, medium-pronged, yellow-greenish brown streaked skin. It prefers hilly, good, ventilated, medium-fertile, fresh, clayey and calcareous hilly terrain, showing poor adaptability to droughts and high sensitivity to ozone and botrytis; Is able to ensure a good and regular production.
Caractéristiques du vin obtenu à partir de ce cépage It is always used in vinification with other varieties, never in purity, primarily with the Tuscan Trebbiano and the Grechetto. It delivers wines with fruity scent and bitter flavor, and in cuts it is able to give a certain acidity together with a good texture. It has always been used, for this purpose, in the grape wine of Doc Orvieto.
Notes It can be served with both grilled vegetables and lake fish, but it also works well with hard cheeses and crustaceans. Finally, fine with soups.

Vente vins Verdello en ligne

Total 3 produits
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Blanc tranquille
DOC Orvieto Classico Superiore, 30% Grechetto, 50% Trebbiano Toscano, 10% Malvasia, 10% Verdello
13,00%, 0,75 l
GR 3
Prix CHF 28,52
Économiser CHF 4,07 (14%)
CHF 24,45 TVA incl.
4 bouteilles disponibles
Blanc tranquille
13,00%, 0,75 l
BB 5
VO 91
Prix CHF 42,36
Économiser CHF 6,17 (15%)
CHF 36,19 TVA incl.
5 bouteilles disponibles
Blanc biologique botrytisés sucré
DOC Orvieto Classico Superiore Muffa Nobile, 40% Grechetto, 20% Trebbiano Toscano, 20% Verdello
11,50%, 0,50 l
Prix CHF 41,36
Économiser CHF 3,88 (9%)
CHF 37,48 TVA incl.
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