Fumin

[grape] Fumin is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown primarily in the Valle d`Aosta region of northwest Italy. According to wine expert Jancis Robinson, the grape is `tough` and used primarily as a blending grape in the Denominazione di origine controllatas (DOCs) of the region. The grape is one of the parent varieties of the Aos...
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Fumin

The red grape variety comes from the border area Italy / Switzerland, The name is derived from the French Fumée (smoke) and refers to the waxy layer on the ripe berries. Synonyms are Fumen, Fumin Femmina and Fumin Maschio. First mentioned in 1785 under the name Fumen, it is one of the oldest in the Aosta Valley. According to in the year 2011 took ...
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