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Schiava is a group of grape varieties commonly grown in the Trentino and Alto Adige regions of Northern Italy. It is known by several synonyms, including Grauvernatsch, Kleinvernatsch, and Grossvernatsch, and is also found in Germany, where it is labeled as Trollinger. The grape is believed to be of Slavic origin and is used primarily to make light-bodied red wines with fresh acidity, most notably in the Santa Maddalena DOC. The variety is sometimes blended with Blaufrankisch to produce a unique red wine blend in Germany.
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