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Nibiò

Synonym (also Nibièu) for the grape variety Dolcetto; see there.

The red grape variety originates from Italy. The name means "little sweet" and refers to the sweet, somewhat low-acid grapes. Synonyms are Acqui, Bathiolin, Charbonneau, Chasselas Noir, Crete de Coq, Dolcetta Nera, Dolcetto a Raspo Rosso, Dolcetto a Raspe Verde, Dolcetto Crni, Dolcetto Nero, Dolcetto Piemontese, Dolchetto, Dolcino, Dolcino Nero, Gros Plant, Mauvais Noir, Nibièu, Nibiò, Ocanette, Ormeasco, Picot Rouge, Plant de Montmélian, Plant de Turin, Primaticcio, Primativo, Promotico, Ravanellino, Refošk Dibeli, Red-stemmed Dolcedo, Uva d'Acqui, Uva del Monferrato, Uva di Ovada and Uva di Roccagrimalda. According to legend, the Marchese di Clavesana issued an edict in 1303 forbidding the planting of anything other than Dolcetto in his domain under penalty of death. The first mention of it was in Dogliani in the province of Cuneo in Piedmont in 1593. In a decree, it was forbidden to...

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