Pascale di Cagliari

Pascale di Cagliari

Information about Pascale di Cagliari

Grape variety Pascale di Cagliari
Synonyms giacomino, barberone.
Grape color Red grape
Vigor Good
Ripening period End of September.
Productivity Abundant and constant.
Growing areas It is common to find it in the provinces of Sassari and Nuoro.
History Pascale di Cagliari is a red grape of uncertain origins but finds so many similarities with Giacomino of Tuscany to be considered by many a close relative if not the same vine then subsequently hybridized and zonalizzata. In support of this thesis is also the name with which Gallura is called, Giacomino, and the close trading of merchants between the two regions at all times.
Features ampelographic Leaf: Medium or nearly large, orbicular, five-lobed or trilobate; Petiole breast in lira, closed or semi-closed, moderately deep; Upper U-shaped, open, moderately deep side breasts; Lateral lateral sinuses missing or V, open, shallow. Top-loading green color, watercolor and bulky; Bottom page of pale green, slightly flaky; Wavy flap; Central lobe and involute lateral lobes, corner at the top of the dull lobe and right side lobe; Main ribbons on the bottom page of green, aracnoid. Regular dentures, on 1, 2 or 3 series, with medium size or almost large teeth, straight or slightly marginal, narrow-banded. Bunch: generally large, semi-tight or semi-spatula, cylindrical-conical, often winged and pyramidal; Green color rays; Short peduncle, big and semi-woody; Pedicels of medium length and thickness and of slightly green or slightly pinkish color; Very dark, medium or large, slightly blurred in pink; Medium or large brush, lightly blurred in pink; Separation of the acine from the normal pedicle. Acino: almost large, round, circular cross section, regular; Semi-rough peel, somewhat hard, black-purple, medium or very pry-like, just light-colored navel; Mild or almost soft and simple flavor, colorless juice; Medium grain regularity, sometimes with poor sweet or green acinellation.
Features wine The wine that comes from the pascal grape is ruby ​​red. On the palate it is vinous, gentle, tannic, fine.
Notes Resistance to adversity: normal to meteoric; Much to the mildew, a little less to the ojio, crumbly to the rotten.

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