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Italian wine and grape guide : Glera

Glera

Glera is the white variety grape that produces the Prosecco.

The Glera grape was, until Prosecco became a DOCG wine, called Prosecco, named after the village of Prosecco near Trieste from which the grape may have originated.

However, from 2009, the year in which Prosecco became a DOCG wine, to protect its name and therefore prevent wines made with the Prosecco grapes grown outside the DOC/DOCG area labelled as Prosecco, Glera has become the new name of the Prosecco grape.

Producers growing the grape

If what you read sounds interesting, why not try any of the wine/s below made with Glera

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