||Verdealbara, Uva da donna, Albara, Ortlieber, Verde Albana del Bassanese
||This vine has been present in the province of Trento for a long time. It was more widespread in lower Vallagarina and Valsugana, although it was present sporadically in many areas of the Adige vineyards. Its diffusion is limited in the lateral valleys of the Adige Valley, such as the Vallarsa and the Terragnolo Valley. The name of this variety refers to the special colour that the skin of its grapes takes on at the first light of dawn. The first mention is of Acerbi (1825), while in the collection of the Istituto Agrario di San Michele it was already present under the name Ortlieber since 1877.
||Apex of the bud: very strong presence of creeping hairs. The internode is on the dorsal face green streaked with red, while on the ventral face it is red. Adult leaf: pentagonal, five-lobed, light green, averagely bulbous with a slight tomentosity on the lower page. The peziolar and lateral sinuses are U-shaped. Cluster when ripe: small, compact, conical-shaped. Berry: medium size, spheroidal, green-yellow colour and neutral taste.