||The Abrusco vine is of ancient Tuscan origin and has a certain similarity with the Abrostine, especially of Vitis Lambrusca, also deriving from domestication of wild grapes of the area and present today only at the level of a few stocks in very limited areas province of Florence. It is part of the so-called "color vines", as well as the Colorino with which it often shares the cultivation.
||Leaf: medium, pentagonal, five-lobed.
Cluster: medium size, pyramidal.
Grape: small, spheroidal and blue-black.
||The wine obtained from the abrusco vine is ruby red in color. On the palate it is intense, fine, persistent.