Ancient cultivar, original of the Marche region. It is grown in the mid-Adriatic coast of Italy.
CULTIVATED AREA IN ITALY
Bud-burst period: everage.
Yield: average and not always constant.
the bud has an open, bristly, yellowish-green apex. The leaves are small-to-medium-sized, orbicular, whole or three-lobed, with a closed, lyre-shaped petiolar sinus and extensively overlapping edges. The leaves are blistered with a glabrous underside. The cluster is medium-small, cylindrical, sometimes with a wing, and semi-sparse. The medium-small, spherical berry has a thick skin of medium consistency and a juicy flesh.
vine of medium-low vigour with a semi-upright growth habit. It adapts well to warm-temperate climates and to slightly calcareous, argillaceous soils.
Training system and pruning:
it prefers expanded training systems and medium-long pruning, but it can also be trained with a spurred cordon, especially using the VCR417 clone.
Susceptibility to diseases and adverse conditions:
in general, not very susceptible to both diseases and adverse conditions.
it gives wines of a pale, straw-yellow color, with high acidity, fruity scents, fresh and spicy notes. Good structure. Excellent, even slightly aged, still wines can be produced, as well as sparkling wines of undoubted quality.
Clones in propagation:
Pecorino VCR417, VCR485, VCR486; ISV1, UBARAPE19.
Origin: Arquata del Tronto (AP)
Registration year: 2013
—●— Variety everage