Wine Grapes Database - Quattrocalici

The Garganega Grape Variety

    The Garganega grape is a white berry variety and is mostly grown in Veneto region(s). The Garganega grapes are also widely present in a bigger area which includes Veneto, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna regions as well. The Garganega grape belongs to the Local varieties group. The wine made from the Garganega grapes is straw yellow and its taste is basically fruity, floral, fresh, salty, round.

    Garganega grape

    Garganega Variety main information

      Berry colorwhite berry
      Vine categoryLocal varieties
      Registration year1970
      Authorized provincesBari, Brindisi, Foggia, Lecce, Padova, Taranto, Trieste
      Authorized regionsAbruzzo, Basilicata, Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy, Molise, Sardinia, Umbria
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      Garganega ampelographic description

      Leaf descriptors

      medium sized, pentagonal shape, with five lobes.

      Grape descriptors

      medium, loose, long, cylindrical, with 1-2 wing(s).

      Berry descriptors

      medium, spheroidal shape, thick and with green-yellow skin.

      Garganega Wine Features

      The wine obtained from the Garganega grapes has straw yellow colour. Its taste is fruity, floral, fresh, salty, round.