Malvasia Nera di Brindisi

Malvasia Nera di Brindisi

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Grape variety Malvasia Nera di Brindisi
Synonyms malvasia nera di Lecce, malvasia negra, malvasia nera di Candia, malvasia nera di Bari, malvasia nera di Basilicata.
Grape colour Red grape
Aromas Semi-Aromatic
Variety Autochthonous
Vigour Good
Ripening End of September, first decade of October.
Productivity Regular (productivity around 60
Areas of cultivation It is widespread especially in the provinces of Lecce and Brindisi.
History The Malvasia Black of Brindisi, like the other black berries, belongs to that vineyard family whose name "Malvasia" comes from a contracted variation of Montagasia, a Byzantine stronghold abbarbished on the rocks of a promontory south of the Peloponnese where Sweet wines were produced and exported all over Europe by the Venetians under the name Monemvasia.
Ampelographic features Leaf: Pentagonal shape, large, quinquelobata; Closed petiole breast (or V-U), side limbs with superimposed edges; Upper page glabra, green-bottle, opaque; Velvety underside, light green, opaque, with brilliant ribs; Fleece often bent with eyebrows with smooth surface, gutter lobes with acute terminal angle; Main ribs on the top of the green-bottle color, protruding; On the bottom light green; Lateral teeth pronounced, irregular, mucronized, on flat margins. Bunch: medium-sparse appearance, medium-sized, medium lengthened, simple or winged, 16-20 cm long; Visible medium-sized peduncle, 5-6 cm long, woody in the first 2 cm; Light green hare. Acino: spheroid, regular, medium thickness (mm 14-16); Persistent navel, infused; Regular cross-section (circular); Pruinous, medium, consistent peel; Blue color, uniformly distributed; Little colored juice; Softwood pulp; Special taste (of Malvasia); Green pedicel, medium length; Green inquisitive, unclear; Pinkish brush, short, difficult to separate from the acina.
Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety The wine that is obtained from the Black Malvasia vine of Brindisi is ruby ​​red with purple reflections. On the palate it is warm, aromatic, fruity, round.
Notes Resistance to adversity and illness: Good resistance to colds, poor in mildew, tinnitus, rotting, and scarcity to oyster.

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Red still aromatic
13.50%, 0,75 l
HK$ 132.00

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