||Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso
||refosco, refosco nostrano.
||End of September, first decade of October.
||Slow to get fruit, but later on the vine produces constantly and to a good extent.
|Areas of cultivation
||It is cultivated in Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Veneto.
||It is an ancient Friulian vine with well-defined characters. Known as early as 1700, it has had a remarkable diffusion across the region over the last decades, replacing other, more productive but less valuable refinements.
||Leaf: large, rounded or pentagonal, five-lobed, smooth, flat; Average fabric consistently; Top green color page; Bottom tomentosa; Basic breasts not very marked; Deep, open breasts; Deep petiole breast, closed at overlapping margins; Wide tooth, not marked, dull.
Bunch: pyramidal cone, enlarged to base, medium, spatula, winged, simple; Very long peduncle, vinous red (characteristic); Raspberry herbaceous, vinous red; Green pedicels.
Acino: medium, tending to the small, round; Black peel, opaque, slightly peeled, thick, strong enough, not tannic; Sweet, loose pulp; Slightly reddish brush.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||From the refocus from the red peduncle you get a deep ruby red wine, from the scent I mean and fruity, with marasca notes and berries. The great taste-olfactory persistence confirms a taste on a full, slightly tannic and bitter texture.
||Disease resistance: good; Suffers from oidium.