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Schiava is a variety of red grape cultivated mainly in Alto Adige, which is thought to be of Italian origin but it can also be found in Germany and is a variety that ripens quite late and is generally at its best at a young age. Schiava grapes are mostly used to make red wine but can also be used to make rosé wines that are dark in colour, the wines produced by this grape are light

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