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Uncertain origins, it is described by Sestini (1760) in his memoirs on Vittoria’s wines, a place where it is still cultivated today. Present mainly in the province of Ragusa and Syracuse, Frappato is a on average vigorous plant with a large leaf and a medium to large bunch, berries with a pruinose, thick and leathery, blue-violet colour peel.

The grapes processed with a single-variety vinification give an excellent wine of ruby red colour not very strong and brilliant, high vinous, fruity and floral smells, medium bodied, balanced tannins, with a fresh and soft taste, very harmonious.

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