||Incrocio Bruni 54
||Bianchello (erroneamente), Dorico, Sauvignon x Verdicchio
||Vine vigorous and of good production level (average 100-120 q / Ha). Its fertility starts on average from the 2nd bud and carries on average 1-2 bunches per shoot, sometimes it also fructifies on the females. It is particularly sensitive to botrytic attacks, as well as to oidium and escoriosis, even if to a lesser extent. Good is the affinity of grafting on Kober 5BB and 420A, poor with 17-37.
||The Incrocio Bruni 54 vine was created in 1936 by the internationally renowned Marchan-based ampelographer, prof. Bruni who worked for the Ministry of Agriculture in the period 1930-1950, involving the Sauvignon and Verdicchio varieties. It is widespread almost exclusively in the Marche, between Ancona and Macerata. The "precursor" Sauvignon gives the wine its fineness, with a particular aromatic note, floral and sometimes of sour fruit and sage.
||Leaf: medium, orbicular, pentalobata.
Bunch: compact, medium size, pyramidal. Ali in the bunch: 1.
Acno: average size, obovoidal in shape and green-yellow in color.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||The wine obtained from the Incrocio Bruni 54 grape is pale straw yellow in color. On the palate it is gentle, aromatic, full-bodied.
||The grapes are used exclusively for winemaking. Normally it is not vinified in purity, but it is used to give perfume and aromas to the grapes.