Asprinio Bianco grapes
This white wine grape variety is primarily located in the southwest France specifically in Naples region of the Campania area.
Based from studies, this grape variety is not actually related to the French wine grape variety of the Languedoc region, Aspiran. It is also normally used for the production of sparkling frizzante wine.
Asprinio Bianco is known in different names such as Asprinia di Aversa, Asprinio, Asprino, Greco, Lacrima, Olivese, Ragusano, Ragusano Bianco, Uva Asprina and Uva Asprinia.
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