||The Lambrusco Marani vine, like the other Lambruschi cultivated in Emilia, comes from wild vinegar vines, found in antiquity throughout Italy. The Latin called "Lambrusca vitis" a whole series of wild vineyards that gave small and rough acini and were not generally used for vinification. Only around 1825, thanks to Acerbi, it began to make a distinction between vineyards derived from wild vines, and was on this occasion that for the first time was mentioned the name Marani.
||Leaf: medium size, rounded, trilobata and sometimes whole, V-shaped vein very open (sometimes almost scratched), lateral veins above V-U shallow; Upper page glabra, green, opaque; Sublanugginous bottom and green color; Almost flat limb, little mark lobes, corner at the top of the almost straight terminal lobe; Bulbous surface; Ribs of the -2 ° -3 ° order protruding, green, clearer on the bottom; Very pronounced, regular, convex, mucronate, wide-spread teeth.
Bunch: Medium size, elongated (about 25 cm long), cylindrical (or cylinder-pyramidal), medium compact; Visible peduncle, herbaceous, green-pink.
Acino: medium (diameter about 13 mm), spheroid, regular; Persistent navel; Pruinose peel, blue-black, thick and consistent; Juicy flesh, neutral flavor; Medium-length pedicels, green, little noticeable, green; Short, violet brush.