Girò is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown on Sardinia and used mostly in the production of fortified wines. Wine historians and ampelographers have speculated that the grape has Spanish origins and may have been brought to Sardinia in the 15th century.


Also called: Gira, Gea, Girò Arzu, Girò Chiaro, Girò Commune, Giro di Spagna, Girò Nieddu, Girò Sardo, Gliata and Zirone