The Malbech grape



The vine Malbech It is one of  Local vines, International grape varieties a Black berry present mainly in the regions Friuli-Venezia Giulia and officially registered in National catalog of vine varieties from 1971. Its nationally cultivated area amounts to 260 ha. The vine Malbech It is one of  Local vines, International grape varieties a Black berry present mainly in the regions Friuli-Venezia Giulia and officially registered in National catalog of vine varieties from 1971. Its nationally cultivated area amounts to 260 ha.
The Malbech grape

Malbech

Il vine Malbech is of French origin, widespread in bordolese. It seems that its name derives from the name of the owner who first planted it in Medoc. Even in Italy it was very cultivated until some time ago, then, more recently, the increase in interest in Cabernet and Merlot they have significantly reduced the areas planted with vines. The Malbech seems to have arrived in Italy around the middle of the 800th century, but it was only in 1881 that Count Provana di Collegno (Torino) illustrates the Malbech toexposure ampelographic of Pinerolo. Today the Malbech it is grown in Veneto, Sardinia, Abruzzo, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Tuscany., Sicily, Apulia, Umbria, however, finding its best expression in the provinces of Veneto and Friuli di Treviso, Udine e Pordenone, where it is also vinified in purity. Between Veneto e Friuli, is used in the production disciplinary of the wines of DOC Lison Pramaggiore. Very often the Malbech is confused with particular clonal selections of Merlot.





Il Malbech, slowly abandoned in France, found in Argentina, his adopted land and is today the vine the most cultivated red grape in that country. The Malbech it has large, pyramidal-shaped clusters and large, intense grapes colore purplish-blue and rich in pruine. The Malbech prefers dry climates and dry and clayey and calcareous soils, of good compactness. In humid and frost-prone climates, the Malbech becomes sensitive to attacks bypowdery mildew and Peronospora. It is characterized by the phenomenon ofacinellatura, a lack of pollination of the berries and the blocking of their evolution. In these cases, the clusters have very small, green and seedless berries. The Malbech, planted in the ideal microclimate, it has good vigor and is discreet and constant productivity.
I wines obtained from grapes of Malbech in purity they have scents fresh from wood, with notes of blueberries, cherries and fresh plums, clear vegetal hints of earth, gentian, undergrowth, fern, bark and dandelion and more delicate mineral notes of graphite. If subjected to maturity in wood they also show spicy and toasted hints of cinnamon and peat. On the palate they are round wines and persistent, with herbaceous and fruity notes. The Malbech it is a very versatile wine, undemanding and easy to drink, quite soft and graceful in the structure and in perfumes, suitable forpairing of appetizers and dishes based on white and red meats.



Malbech - Ampelography of the vine

Each vine is characterized by gods ampelographic descriptors which define the appearance of its main elements. The ampelographic characteristics of the vine Malbech I'm:

Malbech - Characteristics of the wine

Il wine produced by each vine, vinified in purity, has very specific organoleptic characteristics. The organoleptic characteristics of the wines produced with the vine Malbech I'm:

Malbech - Cultural and productive characteristics

each vine It owns very specific cultural and productive characteristics, such as the productivity travel, L 'ripening period, the ideal type of climate or pruning sensitivity to adversity or the major or minor disease resistance and many others. For the vine Malbech the main features are:





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