Albana 1 Field

Albana is an early ripening white wine grape from Italy. It has a short growing season with medium yield potential. Vitis vinifera, the selected clone for data analysis was Albana FSAC. The prime name of this variety is Albana Bianica. Grown in the Emilia-Romagna Region in the North East region of Italy the berries are thick skinned and the wines produced are dry and crisp although tending to be neutral with little character. Sweet wines are often of better quality with a light nutty finish.

Variety: Albana
Colour: White
Seeded: Yes
Bud Burst Days (July 1=0): Late 82.00
Flowering Days (July 1=0): Very Late 125.00
Veraison Rating: Medium 190.00
Harvest 22 Brix Days (July 1=0): Early 218.00
Seasonality (days): Short 143.00
Leaf Area Index (m2/m2): 4.57
Bunches Per Shoot: 1.50
Yield Potential: Medium
Berry Weight (g): 1.44
Total Soluble Solids (° Brix): 22.00
pH: 3.69
Titratable Acidity (g/L): Very High 6.69
Tartaric Acid (g/L): 5.97
Malic Acid (g/L): 4.92
Tartrate Malate Acid Ratio: Low 1.21
Anthocyanins (mg/g): Unknown .
Phenolics (au): .
Yeast Assimilable Nitrogen (mg/)L: 351
Potassium (mg/)L: 1,250.00