The red grape variety comes from the north Italy and that from Trentino, Synonyms are Foja Tonda, Foglia Frastagliata, Lambrusco Nostrano and Lambrusco a Foglia Frastagliata (Lambrusco di Foglia Frastagliata). The latter name was the official main name until the early 1990s. The variety was then named after 1992 by Pliny the Elder (23-79) renamed Oenanthium to the name Enantio; however, a possible relationship to this variety as a possible ancestor cannot be verified. The reason was the frequent confusion with the confusingly similar varieties Lambrusco a Foglia Tonda ( Casetta ) and Foglia Tonda,
According to carried out in 1998 and 2000 DNA analysis there are close family ties to the varieties also grown in Trentino Groppello Gentile. Lagrein. Marzemino and Teroldego, To others Lambrusco varieties no relationships are known. Analyzes from 2006 showed one Parent-offspring relationship to the variety Negrara Trentina, The late-ripening vine is resistant to frost and generally to vine diseases. It produces colorful, acid-stressed red wines for a rather quick enjoyment. The variety is found in the regions Trentino and Veneto grown and is in wines of the DOC areas Castell. Trentino. valdadige and Valdadige Terradeiforti authorized. The area under cultivation in Italy in 2010 was 724 hectares with a downward trend (ten years earlier it was 1,024 hectares).
Source : Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012
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