Matching variety of fruit with your location is the hardest thing to do in growing fruit. My area grows pears and black berries particularly well but not red raspberries or blueberries. "Lambrusco is one of the most widely discussed and maligned grape varieties grown in Italy, together with Albana and Pinot Grigio. There are many different grapes with Lambrusco as part of their name, mostly grown in Emilia Romagna but not all. It is likely that they are related to a wild grapevine that was already known to both Pliny and Virgil in antiquity. The first one mentioned today in fact does not grow in Emilia but in Piedmont and Lombardy. It was much more amply planted before phylloxera hit but after was less widely seen. Today it is often blended with Barbera, Dolcetto, Freisa and Bonarda.
The latter grape, Lambrusco a Foglia Frastagliata is grown in Trentino and is more widely known by the name Enantio. I actually tried this wine a few years ago but only recently learned of its connection to Lambrusco. This one is often used for making rose wines"
Italian Indigenous Varieties: Lambrusca di Alessandria and Lambrusco a Foglia Frastagliata – avvinare . So how does soil impact grapes which are used for wine? Read on its interesting http://thewinehub.com/home/2015/11/13/how-does-soil-influence-wine-quality/
So does @olpea grow the best peaches in the world? I dont know but many would say yes. @39thparallel grows a very good chojuro asian pear. The butterscotch flavor is deep and bold. Some areas grow amazing sweet cherries we do not have one of those areas. What is your experience with location and fruit growing?