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Addoraca grapes

by | Dec 7, 2017

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Calabria region is in the southern part of Italy where Addoraca grape variety is grown, blended with Coda di Volpe bianca, Malvasia bianca di Candia and Muscat blanc à Petits Grains.

Addoraca grapes

Exactly, this extremely rare variety is found in the province of Cosenza where it is used in the production of the dessert wine Moscata di Saracena.

Wines with Addoraca grapes


The ampelographers assumes that Addoraca originated from the Calabria region where its name means “perfumed” in the Calabrian language.

Addoraca has a long history being a secondary blending component of the Moscato di Saracena dessert wine.

Wine grape varieties


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