Piedirosso is a red Italian wine grape variety that is planted primarily in the Campania region. The grape is considered a specialty of the region, being used to produce wines for local and tourist consumptions. Its name literally means red feet, in other words red stalks.
Viticulture and winemaking
Piedirosso is also known under the synonyms Palombina, Palombina Nera, Palumbina Nera, Palumbo, Perepalummo, Pererusso, Piede Colombo, Piede di Colombo, Piede di Palumbo, Piedepalumbo, Streppa Verde, Strepparossa.