Rossignola is a red wine grape variety grown in the Veneto region of Italy.

Where grown: In the Veneto it is most typically found around Verona and on the shores of Lake Garda. It is permitted (10% max) in Bardolino DOC, and other DOC wines such as Breganze Rosso, Garda, Valadige and Valpolicella. It may comprise 85-100% of IGT Verona (or Veronese).

Viticulture: Medium-large compact bunches, with medium berries. Vigourous, but very sensitive to most diseases.


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

Italian Wine Unplugged (Positive Press, 2017), p.281.