COMMON SYNONYM: Spanna, Picoultener, Picotendre, Prunent, Chiavennasca
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy
SPECIES: V. vinifera
HARVEST TIMING: Very Late
CLONES OFFERED: 01, 06, 08
Information from the National Grape Registry, www.ngr.ucdavis.edu
OTHER INFORMATION: These thin clustered red grapes have strong vines that are difficult to grow outside Italy’s foggy climate. Thrives in warm weather and sandy soils, and is susceptible to coulure. Like Pinot Noir, the Nebbiolo variety is susceptible to genetic mutation. Nebbiolo Rosé is not a clone of Nebbiolo.