Oseleta Grape Variety

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The Oseleta grape is a rare variety indigenous to the Veneto region of Italy. It was thought to be extinct after the phylloxera blight in the 19th century. However, some vines were discovered by Masi in the 1980s and they planted two hectares of these vines. The variety is now permitted to be used in Amarone and Valpolicella wines.

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