(a.k.a Pedernã). Moderately vigorous grapevine. Widely grown in Portugal where the fruit is used in the production of white “vinho-verde” wines, along with others such as the Trajadura. Recommended rootstock is the 1103-P for good phylloxera and moderate nematode resistance, plus drought tolerance. Suitable for mildly chalky-soils.
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