Croatina

Croatina

Croatina is a black grape variety primarily grown in the northern Italian regions of Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont, and Veneto. It is also known as Bonarda di Rovescala or Bonarda Piacentina.

Croatina grapes produce wines that are typically full-bodied, deeply coloured, and moderately tannic with flavours of dark fruit such as blackberry, plum, and cherry, as well as notes of spices and herbs.

This variety is often used as a blending component, often with Barbera, Nebbiolo, and one of the minor constituents of Valpolicella.

According to the last grapevine census in 2010 there were 5,684 hectares planted in Italy.


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    Nebbiolo and Croatina blend from Alto Piemonte

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