Malvasia di Casorzo

Malvasia di Casorzo

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Grape variety Malvasia di Casorzo
Synonyms malvasia nera di Piemonte, moscatellina.
Grape colour Red grape
Aromas Semi-Aromatic
Vigour Good
Ripening The first decade of October.
Productivity Abundant and constant.
Areas of cultivation It is widespread in some areas of the provinces of Asti and Alessandria.
History This vine is probably Greek origin, as is the Malvasia of Castelnuovo Don Bosco both of the slightly aromatic black berries.
Ampelographic features Leaf: pentagonal shape, medium size, quinquelobata; Fairly open U-shaped pectoral breast, with upper and lower closed limbs deep (often overlapping edges); Lateral lower limbs closed; Upper page glabra; Lower side glaze; Light green, opaque color; Flap and lobes folded to the gutter; Corner at the top of the acute terminal lobes; Surface of smooth flap, with green ribs on both protruding pages; Very pronounced side teeth, broad, irregular, slightly convex. Bunch: medium size, 20-22 cm, medium spatula, pyramidal shape, normally winged; Visible peduncle, herbaceous, large; Medium pedicel with obvious search; Medium brush, red; Acrylic discreetly welded to the pedicle. Acino: medium thickness, ellipsoid shape, regular; Pruinous peel, uniform bleu-black color, quite thick and consistent; Prominent navel and quite consistent; Soft flesh, colorless juice, slightly aromatic taste (remember Moscato).
Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety On the palate it is aromatic, fine, intense, tannic.
Notes Resistance to adversity: On the ground, a remarkable resistance to meteoric adversity, especially hail and frost, is attributed concurrently to the other cultivated vines. On the contrary, it is a bit more receptive to cryptogamism, including peronospora, even with the diffused Barbera.

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