Traditionally grown in the Nebbio region of Balagne, in Porto-Vecchio and Figari, Riminese makes wines that are pale yellow in colour with green tints and fine, delicate aromas.

There is normally good acidity to be found in these wines. On the nose, there are notes of yellow flowers, alongside hints of succulent plants and citrus fruit (lemon), which bring a certain freshness.
On the palate, Riminese is lively without being aggressive. Its firmness and fullness of body make it a highly distinctive variety. Certain styles of winemaking, such as malolactic fermentation or retaining residual sugar can reduce the perception of the acid and give the wine a succulent character.
Its signature acidity (low pH) makes this an excellent candidate for adding liveliness to a blend.

Source : CRVI de Corse, Le Riacquistu des Cépages Corses.