Garganega (also known as D'Oro, Decanico, Dorana di Venetia, Garganega Comune, Garganega di Gambellara, Garganega Gentile, Garganega Grossa, Garganega Piramidale, Garganega Veronese, Gracanico Dorato, Grecani, Grecanico, Grecanico Bianco, Grecanico Dorato, Grecanicu Biancu, Grecanio, Greccanico, Lizzara, Malvasia de Manresa, Ora, Oro, Ostesa, Ostesona, and Recanicu) is a variety of white Italian grape widely grown in the Veneto region of northeast Italy. It is Italy’s 6th most widely planted white grape. The Garganega vine has a tendancy to ripen late and can be very vigorous. In the fertile, flatlands of northeast Italy, the grape can produce excessively high yields that can lead to very thin and neutral flavours. The acid levels in Garganega, lends itself well to the production of sweet recioto wines.