Grape Zibibbo or Muscat of Alessandria


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Uncertain origin, perhaps from ancient times Africa has spread along the coasts of the Mediterranean seems that the name comes from the Cape Zibibbo in Tunisia or zabeb from Arabic which means withered, it is known by many synonyms such as "Muscat of Alexandria", "Moscato di Pantelleria "Salamanna in Tuscany, is a variety dual attitude from which we obtain the famous passage of Pantelleria and Sicilian also excellent to eat fresh;
Other varieties of table: Slave, Pause Early, Don Mariano, Moscato Giallo, Delight of Vaprio, PIZZUTELLO Black
between the aromatic grape varieties is one of the oldest. Grapevine dual attitude, is suitable for fresh consumption and for wine.
Muscat of Alexandria and 'a vine vigorous enough, it prefers not much expanded forms of farming, but adapts well to the big top. Prefers short pruning. Susceptible to Powdery Mildew and Downy Mildew.
Shows a cluster medium large (average weight 370 g), conical pyramid, with 1 or 2 wings, semiserrato;
The berry big or very big, ellipsoidal or subsferoidale,
with thick, firm and waxy, a yellow or greenish-yellow amber
flesh crisp, sweet with intense flavor and typical of Muscat.
Synonyms: Zibibbo, Moscatellone, Moscato di Pantelleria, Seralamanna, Salamanna.
Budding: second week of April.
Flowering: II - III decade of June.
Maturation: III week of September.

Price: 7,00€