Pelaverga grapes

by | Feb 8, 2017

Pelaverga is considered as a rare variety of red wine grape that hails from the hills of Piedmont in the region of northwest Italy.

Pelaverga

This red wine grape variety entertains two last bastions in the Colline as well as Verduno Pelaverga DOCs of the Cuneo province of Piedmont.

In this particular province, this red wine grape variety is carried out in the preparation of the light-colored wines that come with a distinctive aroma of strawberry as well as a fruity flavor and a great fragrance, greater than that of the Pinot Noir spectrum.

This red wine grape variety is mostly used in the production of the sparkling wines and they reveal an alternative or so to speak, a very light-hearted side of the wines of Piedmontese.

The village of Verduno, located to the west of Alba on the banks of the Tanaro River, is right at the very northern edge of the catchment area of Barolo DOCG.

The growers of this region have resisted the temptation to prevent the red wine grape variety of Pelaverga entirely from their respective vineyards, even though the vines of Nebbiolo, which produce the grapes of the prestigious cuvees of Barolo are much more precious.

At the same time, in the larger areas of CollineSaluzzesi this red wine grape variety is considered as a key grape in the production of the varietal wines of that particular region, the vines of this grape variety are falling.

This is because of the increasing fame and popularity of the varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon as well as Chardonnay. All these factors have made this red wine grape variety as a rare grape variety.

Wines
Vineyards
Wine grape varieties

The leaves of this red wine grape variety are medium-large as to its appearance, pentagonal as well as three-lobed or to be more rare five-lobed. The bunch of these grapes is medium to large, conical as well as elongated pyramid and it further possesses one or more wings.

There are plenty of blooms, blue-purple shades available on the skin of the grapes. This is because of the presence of bloom in them. The pulp of these grapes entertains a very pleasant taste.

The production of the vines of this grape variety is high; however, it is mostly on and off. This red wine grape variety is a little sensitive to the deficiency of magnesium and this grape is mostly afraid of sunburn.

It entertains a good tolerance to pests as well as adverse weather. This grape variety can neatly escape the cold spells as well as late frosts.

Another interesting feature about this red wine grape variety is its name. The name of this red wine grape variety is very interesting. If the whole name is cut into two, “pela” refers to the method of peeling and “verga” refers to the branch.

Thus, the name altogether refers to ‘branch peeler’. According to several wine experts the name of this red wine grape variety has got something to do with a viticultural practice.

This red wine grape variety is also known under a wide range of synonyms such as Caleura, Cario, Cari, Calora, Carolon, Cario, Peilaverga, Uva Coussa, PelaVerga, Uvadelle Zuche.

Remember to read the Wine Tasting guide...

.

Origin

This grape variety entertains a very ancient origin. However, the exact origin of this red wine grape variety is considered as very uncertain.

The location is very limited. According to several wine experts, this red wine grape variety is said to have originated in the town of Verduno Roddi as well as the municipalities of La Morra in the regions and the province of Cuneo, in the territory of the Langhe.

Characteristics

The wines produced out of this red wine grape variety are mostly used as the table wines and is preferred by a number of wine lovers on their tables.

These wines are pale and rare. These wines produced out of this red wine grape variety are slightly fizzy as to its appearance. In terms of their flavors, they are very similar to strawberry-flavored wines.

Food pairing

All the wines produced out of this red wine grape variety, taste the best when they are paired with the food items such as prosciutto and rocketmelon, vegetable salad with strawberries as well as balsamic vinegar and carpaccio.

Author

Michael Bredahl

Michael Bredahl

Wine Writer

Michael is an online enthusiast, with a lot of knowledge about online marketing. Traveling around the world to hunt for the perfect wine. Latest on Sicily, where Etna has a huge impact on the taste, which is strong with a bitter aftertaste for the youngest wines, but older wines are fantastic. Drinking wine, and writing about them, are one the passions. Remember to drink responsibly 🙂

Are you a Copywriter?

We have a lot of articles without much content, if you can do it better, you are welcome to write a nice article, and get the proper credit for that. Read more information about beeing an author, and Contact us for more information.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Wines with Pelaverga grapes

Vineyards
Breweries
Alcohol and Distilleries
Wine Grape Varieties
Wine Informations
Wine Merchants
Accessories
Other
Bar and Cocktail Equipment
Bottle Opener
Glassware
Wine Accessories
Wine Opener
Alcohol Free
Beer
Ale
Brown Ale
Chinese Beer
Christmas Beer
Czech Beer
Danish Beer
English Beer
Finnish Beer
German Beer
Iceland Beer
Indian Pale Ale
Italian Beer
Japanese Beer
Lager
Mexican beer
Pale Ale
Seasonal Beer
Stout
Swedish Beer
Turkish Beer
Wheat Beer
White Ale
Champagne
French Champagne
Cocktail
Aperitivo
Campari
Cider
Cocktail Bitters
Cocktail Mixer
Cocktail Muscat
Cocktail Shakers
Cordial
Curacao
Fruit Juice
Garnishes
Mead and Tonic Wine
Muscat
Pernod
Puree
Soft Drinks
Spirits Mixer
Syrup
Dessert Wine
Argentinian Dessert Wine
Australian Dessert Wine
Chile Dessert Wine
Drambuie
English Dessert Wine
French Dessert Wine
Fruit and Ginger Wine
German Dessert Wine
Hungarian Dessert Wine
Italian Dessert Wine
Madeira and Marsala
New Zealand Dessert WIne
Portugal Dessert Wine
Sauterne
Sherry
South African Dessert Wine
Spanish Dessert Wine
Vermouth
Liquor
Absinthe
Armagnac
Baileys
Brandy
Cachaca
Calvados
Cassis
Cognac
Cognac and Brandy
Cointreau
Eau De Vie
Gin
Gin & Genever
Gran Marnier
Grappa
Irish Liqueur
Irish Vodka
Japanese
Liqueur
Pisco
Poteen
RTD'S (Ready to Drink)
Rum
Sake
Sambuca
Schnapps
Speciality
Spirit
Tequila
Tequila & Mescal
Vodka
Port Wine
French Port Wine
Portuguese Port Wine
Portuguese White Port
Ruby Port Wine
Tawny Port Wine
Red Wine
American Red Wine
Argentina Red Wine
Australian Red Wine
Austrian Red Wine
Bulgarian Red Wine
Chile Red Wine
English Red Wine
French Red Wine
Georgia Red Wine
German Red Wine
Greek Red Wine
Hungarian Red Wine
Italian Red Wine
New Zealand Red Wine
Portuguese Red Wine
South African Red Wine
Spanish Red Wine
Uruguay Red Wine
Rosé Wine
American Rosé Wine
Australian Rosé Wine
Chile Rosé Wine
English Rosé Wine
French Rosé Wine
German Rosé Wine
Italian Rosé Wine
New Zealand Rosé Wine
Portuguese Rosé Wine
South African Rosé Wine
Spanish Rosé Wine
Sparkling Wine
American Sparkling Wine
Argentina Sparkling Wine
Cava
Cyprus Sparkling Wine
French Sparkling Wine
German Sparkling Wine
Italian Sparkling Wine
Prosecco
Sekt
South African Sparkling Wine
Spanish Sparkling Wine
Walisisch Sparkling Wine
Whisky
Blended Malt Whisky
Blended Whisky
Bourbon & USA Whiskey
Grain Whisky
Irish Whiskey
Other Whisky
Scotch Whisky
Single Malt Whisky
White Wine
American White Wine
Argentina White Wine
Australian White Wine
Austrian White Wine
Chile White Wine
English White Wine
French White Wine
Georgia White Wine
German White Wine
Greek White Wine
Hungarian White Wine
Italian White Wine
New Zealand White Wine
Slovakian White Wine
South African White Wine
Spanish White Wine
Wine
Chile Wine
English Wine
Exclusive Wines
Fine Wine
French Wine
German Wine
Italian Wine
New Zealand Wine
Port Sherry Madeira
Portugal Wine
Spanish Wine
Wine Gifts
Beer Gifts
Case
Gift Packaging
Spirit Gifts
Voucher
Wine & Champagne Gifts

Wine Tours

No ratings yet.

Give this page a High Five!

Save up to 20%

Get our newsletter with the promotional code, and save a lot of money!

You will now recieve our Newsletters, Thank You :-)

See all of Our Promotional Codes and benefits here

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Online Shopping and World's Best Wines

Save up to 20%

Receive our newsletter and get the latest news, promotional codes and freebies

You will now recieve our Newsletters, Thank You :-)

See all of Our Promotional Codes and benefits here

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This