Lambrusco Viadanese: general information

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How to cite this source Imazio S., Masino F., Matrella V., Montevecchi G., Vasile Simone , Bignami C., 2015. Lambrusco Viadanese. In: Italian Vitis Database, www.vitisdb.it, ISSN 2282-006X
acknowledgments Fondazione Ager, Istituto A. Zanelli (RE)
botanical information
name
Lambrusco Viadanese
type of origin
spontanea
specie
Vitis vinifera
variety group
Neutre
genera
Vitis
subspecie
sativa
variety for
wine
code
IVD-var_121
registration
Registered in the National Catalogue
yes
code
121
Official name
Lambrusco viadanese N.
synonyms
documented synonyms (1)
synonyms documented by the Istitution that appear with the eventual support of the literature
  • Lambrusco mantovano
released clones (6)
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Historical references

Lambrusco viadanese takes his name form the town of Viadana in the Mantova province in Lombardy.

It is also cultivated in the Emilia Romagna provinces close to the border with Lombardy on the Mantova side. In tha ancient times it was considered one of the most important varieties and its planting was encouraged.

Grappello Ruberti  (from the name of the agronomist Ugo Ruberti) is considered a synonym. Even if in the last years new studies seem to highlight that they are two distinc varieties.

distribution & variation

Lambrusco Viadanese is cultivated mainly in the  Mantua province, in the area of  Viadana and Sabbioneta (Lombardia). It is cultivated sporadically in the vineyards of Reggio Emilia lowlands (Emilia Romagna).

technological use

Entra nella produzione dei vini DOC Lambrusco mantovano e Reggiano. Nel Lambrusco mantovano può essere presente fino all’85%, solo o con Lambrusco Marani, L. Maestri e L. salamino. Il restante 15% è costituito da Lambrusco di Sorbara, Lambrusco Grasparossa, Ancellotta e Fortana, da soli o congiuntamente. Nel Reggiano, entra nelle specificazioni  “Reggiano” Lambrusco, Reggiano “Rosso”. Entra in 14 IGT delle regioni Lombardia e Emilia Romagna.

bibliographies (1)
authors year title journal citation
Cosmo I., Polsinelli M., Comuzzi A., Sardi F., Calò A. 1962 Lambrusco Viadanese in Principali vitigni da vino coltivati in Italia - Volume II
updated at 2017-01-21 08:03:10 (5 years ago)