Bonarda wine is made with the Croatina grape, which is often present in the area in combination with Barbera and represents the traditional wine over the centuries. It has variable behavior, which can result in quite different yields over the vintages. Together with Pinot Noir, Bonarda can be considered the iconic product from this area.
Croatina dall’85% al 100%, other vines of red grapes: Ughetta, Uva rara jointly or severally up to a maximum of 15%
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Visually clear, it has a deep ruby color with violet reflections, bright, of good consistency.
Clean, high intensity, aromatic; clear fruity notes of morello cherry and blackberry.
Tannins well integrated with the overall roundness; It's full body with a medium-long aromatic finish.
It goes well with every gastronomic elaboration and in particular with pasta dishes with meat and mushroom sauces, dishes with slightly oily sauces, aged cheeses, cured meats and red meats.