Bunches:

Very large, branched, some forked and others with very marked shoulders.

Little compact.

With long peduncle and without lignification or with short lignification.


Berries:

Medium in size, rounded, with a large bun and short, thick pedicels.

With very marked lenticels and stylized scar.

Intense green color before veraison, which turns to dark purple-red but not very homogeneous.


Strains:

Vigorous, vertical bearing, with much branching and therefore abundant bunches.

Very fertile.

Budding and late maturing.


Viticulture of the Forcallada:

  • It is a very productive variety.
  • Sensitive to mildew.
  • Fairly tolerant of powdery mildew.
  • Sensible a la botritis.
  • Little sensitive to mites.

Enology of the Forcallada:

  • With the forcallada variety we obtain musts of low intensity of color, low acidity and little sugar content.
  • Gives light musts with a herbaceous aroma.

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