Rondinella is a red wine grape variety primarily found in the Veneto region of Italy. It is known for its high yields, but is not commonly used as a varietal wine. Instead, it is often used as a blending grape to add herbal flavors to Corvina-based wines and to increase the volume of the blend. DNA profiling has shown Corvina to be a parent variety of Rondinella. The thick skin of Rondinella makes it well-suited to the appassimento method of drying grapes and is often used in the production of Recioto and Amarone wines.