The Brancellao is a variety of vine of Galician origin.
Broncellao, Uva gallega, Brancello, Brencellao, Alvarello Gallego.
Medium in size, low or medium compact and homogeneous.
With short peduncle and thick rachis and difficult to lignify.
Difficult to detach from its berries.
Small in size and ellipsoidal in shape, with a marked navel.
With little homogeneous violet-red epidermis.
With thick dark blue skin and a lot of bloom.
Pulp without pigmentation, of little consistency and quite juicy.
Thick pedicel, short brush, thick bun.
Brancellao vines are of medium vigor.
The periods of overflow and maturation are late.
6- Agronomically and adaptation to the viticultural environment:
-Sensitive to powdery mildew.
-Sensitive to mites
-Very resistant to botrytis.
-Exclusive use for winemaking.
-Most of high acidity and good sugar content with herbaceous aromas.
-Use in complementary wines.
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