Vermentino Nero (Vermentino Nera)

Vermentino Nero is a rare red grape variety that is a color mutation of Vermentino, a white grape variety known for its vibrant and aromatic white wines

Varietal Origin: Vermentino Nero is believed to have originated in Italy, particularly in the region of Liguria. It is a relatively rare grape variety and is not widely cultivated.

Taste Profile: Vermentino Nero wines are typically light to medium-bodied, with moderate tannins and bright acidity. They often exhibit notes of red berries, cherries, and floral nuances, along with a hint of spice. Vermentino Nero wines are known for their freshness and drinkability.

Regional Styles: Vermentino Nero is primarily grown in the region of Liguria in Italy, where it is used to produce red wines that are often blended with other local grape varieties. These wines tend to be light and aromatic, with a distinct Mediterranean character. Vermentino Nero is not widely cultivated outside of Italy, and its production is limited

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