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Greco Bianco

History


White grape, of which the origin is not known with certainty. It 's a fact that its cultivation, known since the early days of Rome, took place on the slopes of Vesuvius. And present in various regions of Italy, with different names and aspects, what we stand for in the photo is typical of Liguria, and differs in some details from the Greek di Tufo from Campania and Calabria Greek white. 

 

Wine regions


Follows, by region, a list of all DOC and DOCG is allowed where the use of this vine.

Liguria

Colli di Luni - blend in

Tuscany

Bianco di Pitigliano - blend in

Colline Lucchesi - in blends

Lazio

Colli Etruscan Viterbo - blend in

Frascati - blend in

Montecompatri column or columns or Montecompatri - blend in

Vignanello - blend in

Abruzzo and Molise

Molise - blend in

Campania

Capri - a field blend

Cilento - blend in

Fiano di Avellino - blend in

Greek di Tufo - alone or in blends

Sorrento Peninsula - in blends

Sannio - alone or in blends

Sant'Agata dei Goti - alone or in blends

Taburno - alone or in blends

Vesuvius - in blends

Puglia

Gravina - blend in

Calabria

Bivongi - blend in

Ciro - alone or in blends

Donnici - blend in

The Greek White - pure

Lamezia - blend in

Melissa - blend in

Sant'Anna di Isola Capo Rizzuto - blend in

San Vito di Luzzi - blend in

Scavigna - blend in

Verbicaro - blend in

 

Other regions


 




Viticulture and winemaking


Its leaf is small, pentagonal and five lobes; great bunch and elongated, pyramid-shaped or cylindrical, winged and quite compact; berry medium-small, short-ellipsoidal with pruinose skin yellowish-green color that tends to amber LUGNANO when exposed to the sun. 

 

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