Impigno

Information about Impigno

Grape variety Impigno
Synonyms Uarnaccia, Cannamelu.
Grape color White grape
Initial spread Autochthon
Vigor Good
Ripening period From 16 to 30 September.
Productivity Good (60-70 q. Ha.). It prefers deep soils.
Growing areas Its cultivation area par excellence is the Valle d'Itria, mostly in the province of Brindisi, on karst hills.
History The Impigno is a very ancient white berry, located in Puglia, where it is supposed to originate, perhaps from the municipality of Martina Franca in the province of Taranto, although it is cultivated today especially in Brindisi. The origin, however, has not been established and its name is believed to be due to the winegrower who first introduced it to Puglia, in the Ostuni area, at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Features ampelographic The leaf is of medium size, pentagonal shape, quinquelobata, closed petiole breast with overlapping edges; Upper and lower side limbs closed (with overlapping edges). Lobies flat or bent slightly to the eaves, corner at the top of the terminal lobes: sharp. Swaddle or flat lining, with smooth surface. Top green bottle, glabra, matt. Bottom green light, furious flap, ribs of 1st and 2nd order protruding, purple and partially red. Very pronounced teeth.
Features wine The wine that comes from the Pigtail vine is of straw yellow color. The palate is fresh.
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