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Cesanese d'Affile


The historical facts of this red grape variety, have already been reported on the tab Cesanese common , with whom he was often mistakenly confused. You can, however, properly consider the synonyms of Cesanese Piglio and Cesanese Olevano .


Wine regions



Other regions

Viticulture and winemaking

Environmental and cultural characteristics and needs:

He leaves small, pentagonal, or five lobes and trefoil; cluster medium or small, cylindrical or cylindrical-conical, winged, rather loose; berry small, spherical, with skin covered with abundant bloom, large and medium-thick, blue-black. Prefers forms of cultivation media expansion, with average pruning or short. The production is average but fickle.

Diseases and adversity:

It 's very sensitive to the main vine diseases.

Follows, by region, a list of all DOC and DOCG is allowed where the use of this vine and a selection of producers who use it in one of their wines.


Castelli Romani - 0 to 15%

Cesanese of Piglio - 0 to 100%

Cesanese Affile - 0 to 100%

Cesanese Olevano Olevano Roman or Romano - 0 to 100%

Genazzano - 10 ÷ 30%





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