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The origin and viticulture of the grapevine Inzolia in Sicily


, : The origin and viticulture of the grapevine Inzolia in Sicily. Progres Agricole et Viticole 113(20): 432-438

The grape cultivar Inzolia has a long history of cultivation in Sicily. It is the most important cultivar for the production of quality white vines, because of its productivity, adaptability, compatibility with Paulsen and Ruggeri rootstocks and the organoleptic quality of its wines. Information is given on the botany, phenology and phytopathology of Inzolia.

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