IMPIGNO

Impigno’s origins are unknown, but it is an ancient grape introduced into the Ostuni area of Martina Franca in the early 20th century by a farmer by the name of Impigno. The cluster is medium-sized, winged or not, and not very compact; the thin-skinned grapes appear an unusual amber-green hue. It exhibits good resistance to freezes, and it can easily be found around Ostuni in the Valle d'Itria, often blended with other white grapes, such as Bianco d'Alessano, Verdeca, and Francavidda.

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