Uva sanginella

Uva sanginella is a unique grape variety that is primarily found in the Campania region of Italy. This grape is grown in specific towns and communes within Campania, including Avellino, Benevento, and Caserta. It is known for its deep red color and rich flavor profile.

One of the towns where uva sanginella can be found is Avellino, which is located in the heart of the Campania region. Avellino is known for its high-quality wine production, and uva sanginella is one of the grape varieties that contribute to this reputation. Another commune where this grape is grown is Benevento, which is famous for its ancient vineyards and traditional winemaking techniques.

Uva sanginella is recognized as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product under the European Union’s PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition. This recognition ensures that the grape is grown and processed according to specific specifications and traditional methods. It guarantees the authenticity and quality of the product.

One popular recipe that incorporates uva sanginella is the “Sanginella Grape Tart.” This dessert is made by combining the grapes with a sweet pastry crust and baking it until golden brown. Another recipe is the “Uva Sanginella Salad,” which combines the grapes with fresh greens, cheese, and a tangy dressing for a refreshing and flavorful dish.

Sources:
– “Uva Sanginella” – Consorzio Tutela Vini d’Irpinia (www.irpinia.it)
– “Campania” – Italian Wine Central (www.italianwinecentral.com)
– “PAT – Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs” – European Commission (ec.europa.eu)