Italian wine and grape guide : Bianchetta Trevigiana
The vine Bianchetta Trevigiana is of uncertain origin. In fact, as for many varieties with similar names, the name was used to indicate the color of the berries and often indicated a group of grapes also different between them.
In the Treviso hills, from the 18th century there was information about a grape called “Bianchetta”. This variety is often used in combination with other grape varieties, such as Verdiso, to accompany the blend Glera Prosecco.
The berry is white, medium, spheroid with waxy, yellowish green color, thick and consistent skin. The bunch is medium, cylindrical or pyramidal, short, with a wing, ultra compact with a medium, pentagonal and trefoil leaf.
The vine Bianchetta Trevigiana prefers deep soils and limestone. The Vine Bianchetta Trevigiana has high vigor, late maturation, abundant and constant productivity.
The Bianchetta Trevigiana grape gives good table wine with little body.
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