||Last days of September.
||Good, often abundant and constant.
||It is particularly widespread in the province of Verona, in the production areas of Bardolino and Valpolicella; Is always used in blend with other vines.
||It is a vine from unknown origin, which is believed to be native to the area of Veronese, the first of which has been certified in the territory since 1882. Considered the most widespread variety of Valpolicella and the one with the most adaptable and cultivated facilities Its productive regularity for its strong resistance to disease and the ease of itching.
||Pentagonal leaf, of medium or high magnitude of little to medium, deeply quinquelobata; Upper side limbs closed with superimposed edges, open lower side breasts U, U-shaped or lousy breast; Very marked lobes and planes; Flat flap; Top sheet glabra, smooth (sometimes light bulb), thin, light green; Lower green page even lighter, slightly cluttered, especially along ribs; Unripe ribbed, yellowish green; Very pronounced, sharp teeth (some almost crocheted tooth); Irregular teeth, concave to one side and convex on the other.
Medium acorn, very pruinose, black-violet color, medium-sized, consistent.
||The wine obtained from the vellum vine is ruby red, intense. On the palate it is warm, sour, fruity, round.
||It is a vine that suits all types of soil, is resistant to drought and is also suitable for drowning, both on the plant and on the gratings.