The abundant presence of the bloom on the berries Mulinari has used the name, meaning "mill". It 's a red grape variety grown in the lowlands of Verona, of which there are news in early 1800, from Pollini (1824) all'Acerbi (1825), by Alberti (1824) until a Rovasenda (1877) and Perez (1900). It adds acidity to the blends Valpolicella and Bardolino made with Corvina and Rondinella. The wine's high propensity for oxidation, coupled with its low color extract, has caused a decline in favor and plantings among Venetian vineyards.
Follows, by region, a list of all DOC and DOCG is allowed where the use of this vine.
Bardolino Superiore - 0 to 10%
Bardolino - 0 to 10%
Valpolicella - 5 to 25%
Viticulture and winemaking
Its leaf is medium to large, slightly elongated, three-lobed, sometimes entire; medium cluster, elongated pyramid, with one or two short wings, rather sparse, medium berry, spherical or slightly elongated, purplish-red skin, firm and slightly thicker covered with abundant bloom. Well suited to hilly terrain, well exposed and ventilated, is bred with a pergola Veronese. He can not bear good botrytis and sour rot, and resists mildew and downy mildew. The humidity and lack of potassium are among its weaknesses.
The main synonyms are Rossara, Mulinari, Scavolegno, Grape room, Molinara from the blood of the snail, Rossanella gentle Breppion, Breppon miller, Rossara fork, etc. Vespone.