Enantio | Red wine grape native to Italy. In Trentino and Veneto, Enantio is still most often called Lambrusco a Foglia Frastagliata

Where grown | Trentino & Veneto: Enantio has been grown for centuries in the countryside of the low Vallagarina in Trentino, specifically in the Terre dei Forti, along the river Adige.

Wines | Trentino: Valdadige DOC. | Valdadige Terre dei Forti Enantio DOC. | Valdadige Terre dei Forti Rosso DOC (blended with other varieties).

Viticulture | Enantio has medium-sized berries and bunches. It is a vigorous and reliable producer; and is very disease and frost resistant.

Wine style | Enantio wines show bright, juicy, delicately herbal red berry fruit with deceptive depth.

Bibliography

Burton Anderson, The Wine Atlas of Italy (Mitchell Beazley, London, 1990).

David Gleave, The Wines of Italy (Salamander Books, London, 1989).

Dr Ian D’Agata, Native Wine Grapes of Italy (University of California Press, 2014).

Italian Wine Unplugged (Positive Press, 2017), p.173.

Nicolas Belfrage MW, Life Beyond Lambrusco (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1985)

Nicolas Belfrage MW, From Barolo to Valpolicella—The Wines of Northern Italy (Faber & Faber, 1999).

Nicolas Belfrage MW, From Brunello to Zibibbo–The Wines of Tuscany, Central and Southern Italy (2nd edition, London, 2003).

Oxford Companion to Wine 4th edition ed. Jancis Robinson MW and Julia Harding MW (Oxford University Press, 2015).