Vermentino is an Italian white grape known for producing citrus-driven wines marked by flavors of grapefruit, crushed stone, and salt. The variety is widely cultivated across Liguria, Sardinia, Corsica, and the south of France. Recently, genetic testing has shown that Vermentino is identical to Liguria’s famous Pigato grape. In France, Vermentino is often referred to as Rolle. On the vine, Vermentino grapes are yellow-hued and grow in pyramid-shaped bunches.