A grape variety no longer cultivated because of the abandonment of the countryside in the latest century, today it has been reassessed by several local agricultural holdings. Vernaccia Cerretana is characterized by a very big bunch, bigger than Sangiovese and Black Vernaccia of Serrapetrona. The size of the bunch, together with the fertility of the buds, entails the rich unit productivity. The wine deriving from the wine-making process using these grapes has a ruby red color with purple reflections, an intense flowery and fruity scent, and an acid and slightly bitter taste, not very astringent but generally full-bodied. Given the production richness of the grape variety, the wine features are further enhanced with an adequate cultivation technique limiting its productivity.