Grape variety of ancient origin grown in the Piedmontese hills.
CULTIVATED AREA IN ITALY
Bud-burst period: everage.
Yield: abundant and constant.
the bud has an expanded apex, cottony, yellowish-green with purplish-red shades. The leaves are large, slightly kidney-shaped, three-lobed, sometimes five-lobed. The petiolar sinus is U-shaped and almost open. Downy underside with bristly veins and pinkish at the base. The cluster is large, long, cylindrical-conical, often with a wing, and compact. The medium, spheroidal berry has a pruinose, coriaceous skin.
vine of good vigor with an upright growth habit. Favors medium-textured or clayey soils that are slightly calcareous, provided they are not too humid, and not too hot ventilated climates.
Training system and pruning:
it prefers Guyot-type mixed pruning systems.
Susceptibility to diseases and adverse conditions:
susceptible to botrytis and sour rot, magnesium deficiency and rachis desiccation.
it gives fairly full-bodied, slightly scented, straw-yellow wines.
Clones in propagation:
Ortrugo VCR245, PCORT80, PCORT81.
Clones undergoing homologation procedure:
Ortrugo VCR405, VCR145.
Origin: Ziano Piacentino (PC)
Registration year: 2010
—●— Variety everage