||Uva passera,Trebbiano Campolese, Trebbiano di Teramo,Trebbiano Scenciato,Trebbiano Dorato, Caccione, Uva d'oro, Pagadebit.
||Middle-late: late October / early November.
||It is common in the Marche, especially in the Piceno area, Abruzzo, Emilia Romagna and Lazio, almost exclusively in the province of Frosinone.
||The Passerina vine comes from the small size of the acorns and the fact that the sparrows show a particular preference for its grapes, characterized by a particularly tasty pulp
||Leaf: medium, pentagonal, pentalobata.
Bunch: Large, pyramidal or conical, squat, winged and moderately compact.
Acino: large, spheroidal, with pruinose, thick, thick and yellowish skin.
||The wine produced is straw yellow with greenish, sometimes golden gleaming; Fruity, floral and spicy aromas, with hints of citrus and dried vegetables, quite intense and persistent; Normally acidic, with bitter aftertaste and good texture.