Keyword: Bombino Bianco
The white grape is grown widely throughout southern Italy in the regions of Abruzzo, Puglia, Basilicata, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Marche and Molise. It is believed that they came from Spain. The many synonyms indicate the wide distribution. These are, for example, Bambino, Banjac, Bilana, Bobbino, Bovino, Butta Palmento, Campanile and Campo readers, Castelle, Cococciola, cola Tamburo, debit, Marese, Ottonese, Pagadebit, Pagadebito, Puljizanac, Ribola, Straccia cambiale, Tivolese Bianco, Trebbiano Campo reading , Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Trebbiano di Teramo, Trebbiano d'Ora, Uva and Romana Zapponara Bianco. In some sources, they will be identical to the Trebbiano d'Abruzzo described in the Oxford Dictionary, however, of a "confusion" spoken. The late-ripening grape is very profitable, as also the synonyms Pagadebito (Engl. "debt payers") and Straccia cambiale (dt "Removable rip") indicate. The neutral, low-acid wine is used mostly for blending EU wines into sects and also outside of Italy (Germany). She is licensed in many DOC wines, which are Biferno , Cacc'e Mmitte Tues Lucera , Castel del Monte , Cesanese del Piglio , Cesanese di Affile , Cesanese di Olevano Romano , Gravina , Leverano , Locorotondo , Martina Franca , Pagadebit di Romagna , Pentro Isernia and San Severo . The vine is used as a table grape. The red variety Bombino Nero is not related.