|Synonyms||Arinto de Bucelas, Terrantez da Terceira - for more see the Synonyms section|
|Art||Grape vine ( Vitis vinifera subsp. Vinifera )|
|Berry color||golden yellow|
|List of grape varieties|
Due to the good quality of the white wines produced from it , the worldwide cultivation area was 4446 hectares.
Ampelographic variety characteristics
- The shoot tip is open. She is hairy white wool. The young leaves are yellowish and bronze-colored (anthocyanin spots).
- The large dark green leaves are weakly five-lobed. The stalk bay is closed like a lyre. The blade is bluntly serrated.
- The grape is medium to large in size. The round to slightly oval berries are medium to large in size and golden yellow in color.
The variety is low-yielding and susceptible to raw rot . The plant is sensitive to drought stress.
It is similar because of their fine acidity the Riesling , the two varieties, however, are not related. In Bucelas is white wine "Bucelas" pressed, and the proportion of Arinto must in these wines be at least 75%. The Vinho Verde also contains Arinto grapes .
Arintho, Arintho du Dao, Arinto Cachudo, Arinto Cercial, Arinto D'Anadia, Arinto de Bucelas, 'Arinto Galego, Asal Espanhol, Asal Galego, Assario Branco, Azal Espanhol, Azal Galego, Boal Cachudo, Branco Espanhol, Cerceal, Chapeludo Malvasia Fina, Pe de Perdiz Branco, Pederna, Pedernao, Pedrena, Terrantez da Terceira, Val De Arintho
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