Barbarossa

Information about Barbarossa

Grape variety Barbarossa
Grape color Red grape
Initial spread Autochthon
Vigor Good
Growing areas Liguria and Emilia-Romagna regions.
History The name that draws historical cue from the fawn Emperor Alemanno Federico who stayed long in the Rocca di Bertinoro, called Barbarossa.
Features ampelographic Freshly rotten cotyled leaves, vinous red berries, the bunch remains green until August, then collapses later. Fan-shaped sprout, cottony, whitish green with rosy hues on the teeth, white-colored apical leaves with bronze nuances, fluffy upper page, inferior aracnoid, erect axis. Three or five-lobed pentagonal leaf; Petiole breast wide; Brilliant top page; Bulky and opaque surface; Rose green ribs at the petiole point; Irregular teeth medium red petiole and glabrous. At maturity the cluster is medium in size, compound, spatula, 20-25 cm long; The peduncle is visible and herbaceous, medium ellipsoidal or irregular spheroid, pink and green red color, thinly prickly peel, colorless juice, herbaceous neutral flavor.
Features wine Red carving garnet red with orange, has austere, intense and persistent scent that recalls the drooping rose and purple bumblebee. The flavor is dry, frank and generous, with a safe nerbo, full of character.
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