The red grape variety comes from Italy, Synonyms are Cruaja, Cruajo, Rabosa, Rabosa Veronese, Rabose de Verone, Raboso di Verona and Raboso Friularo. Despite apparently suggesting synonyms or morphological No similarities with the varieties Gruaja. Negrara Veronese or Raboso Piave be confused. According to in 2006 DNA analysis is from a presumably natural cross between Raboso Piave x Marzemina Bianca emerged. Until then, Raboso Piave and Raboso Veronese were identical and two game types been viewed. Raboso Piave's parenthood is also underpinned by the fact that it was first mentioned in 1679, while Raboso Veronese was first mentioned in the 19th century. Raboso Veronese was a crossing partner of the new varieties fertilia and Manzoni Moscato,
The name "Raboso" (rabbioso = rabiat, wild) probably refers to the pronounced bitter and astringent Taste the red wines or the Piave tributary Raboso. The late ripening, productive vine is susceptible to real ones mildew, It produces ruby red, rather similar to Raboso Piave, but slightly less tannic red wines. The variety is mainly in the region Veneto grown. It is - mostly together with the variety Raboso Piave - in the DOC / DOCG wines Bagnoli di Sopra. Colli Euganei. Corti Benedettine del Padovano. Merlara. Piave. Piave Malanotte. Riviera del Brenta. Venezia and Vicenza authorized. There are further stocks in the Emilia-Romagna and in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, In 2010 the Italian acreage was 277 hectares with a downward trend. In Argentina there should also be stocks.
Source: Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012
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