Bonarda

“A flavor that captivate your palate”

Its origin is still controversial: some suggest that this vine comes from Piedmont, in Italy, while others say that its origin is the French vine called Corbeau Noir. Today this is one of the most used grapes in Argentina thanks to its good acclimation.

Until recently, Bonarda grapes were mainly used to improve and balance blend wines. Today their qualities are used to strengthen varietal wines. Their vinification results in harmonious wines, with attractive aromas, intense ruby red color, and elegant tannins. They go perfectly with spicy food, meat, pizza and pasta.

Características

Uva mediana y carnosa de racimos prietos.

Maduración

Tardía

Notas de identificación

Produce vinos muy aromáticos y menos alcohólicos que otras variedades.