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Bombino Bianco

The white grape variety comes from Italy, Synonyms are Bambino, Bonvino, Bonvino Bianco, Buonvino, Bounvino Bianco, Campolese, Ottonese, Pagadebit, Straccia Cambiale, Tivolese Bianco, Trebbiano Bianco di Chieti, Trebbiano Campolese, Trebbiano di Avezzano, Trebbiano di Macerata, Trebbiano di Teramo , Trebbiano d'Oro and Uva Fermana. Despite apparently indicative synonyms or morphological It must not be similar to the varieties Mostosa. Passerina or Trebbiano d'Abruzzo (Bombino Bianco di San Severo) can be confused. It becomes an origin Spain suspected, but more likely is an origin in Italian Apulia, At the in Lazio grown Ottonese is the same variety. According to DNA analyzes carried out in 2103, Bombino Bianco was the parent of the varieties that were probably the result of natural crossings Bombino Nero. debit. Impigno. Moscatello Selvatico. Nero di Troia and Ninčuša,

Bombino Bianco - grape and leaf

The late-ripening vine is resistant to many fungal diseases, The synonyms Pagadebito (German for "debtpayer") and Straccia Cambiale (German for "tear apart") indicate the wealth of earnings. It produces rather neutral white wines with a citrus aroma, which are mostly used as a blend for sparkling wines and wormwood serve. The Bombino Bianco variety is grown throughout southern Italy in the regions of Abruzzo, Apulia (largest quantities), Basilicata, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Marche and Molise, where it is approved for numerous DOC wines.

These are Bianco Capena. Biferno. Cacc'e Mmitte di Lucera. Castel del Monte. Cesanese del Piglio. Cesanese di Affile. Cesanese di Olevano Romano. Colli Romagna Centrale. Frascati. Gravina. Leverano. Locorotondo. Martina Franca. Montecompatri-Colonna. Pentro di Isernia. Romany. Romagna. San Severo and Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, The acreage in Italy In 2010, the total was 1,229 hectares with a steep downward trend (ten years earlier it was 2,893 hectares). In small quantities, it is also in Argentina grown (10 ha).

Source : Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012
Images : Ursula Brühl, Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI), Federal Research Center for Cultivated Plants,
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