Glera Grape Variety

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The Glera grape is a fairly neutral variety which is used widely in making Prosecco and in sparkling and frizzante wines. Glera was also know as the Prosecco grape but as the name Prosecco is now protected – due to the wine – the grape can no longer be referred to thus. The Glera grape is cultivated mainly north of Treviso in the Valdobbiadene and Conegliano areas.

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