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Information about Marsanne

Grape variety Marsanne
Synonyms Marsanne
Grape colour White grape
Aromas Neutral
Variety Autochthonous
Vigour Good
Areas of cultivation French vine native to Marsanne, in the northern Rhone area. In Italy, where it seems to have been introduced by the Napoleonic troops, it is cultivated in the Piacenza area and in Tuscany.
History The Marsanne vine was introduced in Italy by Napoleonic troops and is cultivated in the Piacenza area and in Tuscany. It is very similar to the Roussanne variety, with which it is traditionally cultivated and also often confused.
Ampelographic features Adult leaf: large; twisted flap, flat lobes; upper page glabra; brittle and arachnoid lower page on the ribs and on the flap; coarse, embossed, dark green surface; green petiolate point; green ribs on both pages. Bunch: medium-sized, medium or very compact; long peduncle, semi-woody; axis of the rachis not colored. Grape: white, uniformly colored, spheroid, of medium and irregular size; regular cross section; navel not buried; colorless juice; peel of medium thickness; soft pulp, simple flavor; short pedicel, green; clear look, green; short brush, not colored; the grape is difficult to detach from the pedicel.
Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety The wine obtained from the Marsanne vine is straw-yellow in color. On the palate it is fresh, intense.

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