Italian Indigenous Varieties: Croatina Nero

This week's indigenous variety from Italy is called Croatina. It also goes by the name of Bonarda in certain parts of Italy where it is grown. This fruity red variety is grown in Lombardy, in Piedmont and in Emilia-Romagna and in the Veneto. It is deep in color, not too acidic and slightly tannic. It... Continue Reading →

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