The red variety comes from Italy
, Synonyms are Bonvino Nero, Cesanese Comune, Cesanese di Affile, Cesanese Nostrano, Nero Ferrigno, Sanguinella and Uva di Affile. According to unverifiable hypothesis, it is allegedly from the antique variety
Alveola descended. The variety was made by the Italian agronomist Giovanni Soderini
(1526-1596) mentioned under the name Cesenese, which was grown around Florence in Tuscany and Lazio to Acerbi. The name is probably derived from the municipality of Cesano south of Rome. There are the two game types Cesanese Comune
(Bonvino Nero) and the higher-quality, smaller-sized Cesanese di Affile
. Both names are explicitly specified in some DOC / DOC regulations. The late-ripening, high-yielding vine is prone to real mildew
, It produces fruity red wines with velvety tannins and aromas of mulberries and pimento (clove pepper).