|Areas of cultivation
||Territory of Verona.
||In the past, Corvinone's vine was mistakenly considered a Corvine biotype, Corvinone has only recently gained its independence (1993), thus rendering the general term Corvine, which was used to denote this "family" of vines. Its name could come from the almost black color that refers to the plumage of the crow, or from the "corba", the basket with which the grape was transported, a name that also returns in various local synonyms ("corbina").
||Leaf: large, elongated, pentagonal, pentalobata; V-shaped pectoral breast with often bordered edges for a short stretch of ribs; Deep upper lateral breasts, tightly closed lips, those inferior to deep U or V; Bottom page glabra, slightly bulleted; Obvious dentition.
Bunch: big (bigger than Corvina, with larger acines than this), pyramidal, winged with one or two wings, compact.
Acino: large, ellipsoidal; Pruinous skin, dark blue color.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||The wine that comes from Corvinone, unlike the Corvina, has less color, less alcoholicity and more freshness.