Merseguera is a variety of white Grape, coming from Spain, with which white wines are elaborated Fine and . According to the Order APA/1819/2007, by which the Annex V is updated, classification of the varieties of grapevine, of Real Decree 1472/2000, 4 of August, that regulates the potential of vine production, merseguera considers variety recommended for independent communities of Castilla-La Mancha, Murcia and Valencia, knowing it also in this last like exquitsagos and verdosilla .
of Valencia is cultivated in denominations of origin (where it is cultivated near 70% of all Spain, according to 2006 data), Alicante, Utiel-Requena, Tarragona, Penedés and Jumilla .
It is of delayed and very present maturation in the zones with few precipitations. The grapevine adpata very well to the different types from ground. The clusters are of so large average and loose, with grapes medians and of green-yellowish color.
In the characteristics of the broths obtained with this grape it emphasizes his pale tone, in some cases straw-coloured. In the cold zones the result is a very fine wine, with slight aromas and little acidity. In warmer places, the wines can have a high alcohol level, which allows to realize semisweet broths.
This grape receives diverse names in Spain, besides Merseguera : Escanyagos, Escanyavella, Exquitxagos, Merseguera de Rio, Messeguera, Mezeguera, Plant Hut, Plant of Gos, Encanyavella, Trobat, Trova and Verdosilla.
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