||The Raboso Veronese vine is considered native of Veneto, particularly in the province of Treviso and seems to have nothing in common with the well-known Raboso Piave. The name "Veronese", too, does not originate from the province, as the spread of this vine does not come from the province of Verona, nor does it represent an area of choice. Some believe that "Veronese" was the name of the first one who introduced this vine to the area. Raboso would derive from the similarity of the cluster, which is, however, a little sparrow, rather than from an affinity with the same vine.
||Leaf: medium or greater, pentagonal, lanceolate, 5-7 lobates; U-pied breast with edges approaching to touch; Very deep lateral breasts, in lira (sometimes with extra tooth) with edges often crossed; Lateral lateral legs lower than U. Lobs very marked and sharp, somewhat gutted, lanceolate upper lobe; Corner at the top of the upper or right upper lobes. Bent folded limb. Tops green quite dark, smooth, glabra, a little shiny. Grayish-green side, velvety on the flap, brittle on ribs; Ribs of 1st and 2nd order protruding, slightly rosé to the base; Coarse, sharp teeth.
Bunch: large, long 20-25 cm, cylindrical, with a wing, not compact, peduncle visible, woody to the 1st branch, large; Green pedicels, short, medium, herbaceous, yellowish green; Evident, verrucous, brown red; Small, rose-colored brush.
Acino: medium, spheroid, slightly elongated, regular; Pruinous, thick, barky, astringent, black bleu; Persistent, well visible navel; Melted pulp, simple flavor, sweet, acid; Colorless juice.
||Resistance to parasites and other adversities: good (proved to be rather rustic vine); Vice versa is a bit subject to impaling (green acinellation), especially in the years when the ancestor is for some reason disturbed (rains, temperature drops, etc.). At the Viticulture and Confectionery Conferencing Station of Conegliano, however, for a few years they have been observing strains that do not seem to be subject to the complained disadvantage (including the one described here), which is hoped not to possess one or more clones whose grapes are not It has green acinella.