“C” grape entries


Source of some confusion as the Charbono of California is thought to be the Bonarda of Argentina, which in turn is one of three grapes that hail from the Veneto region of northern Italy that are allowed to be called Bonarda, which is a local name for the Croatina varietal. Confused yet? There is also some conjecture that the Charbono is actually the Dolcetto of northwestern Italy. Regardless, Charbono can be found in small amounts in the central and northern areas of California, where from old vines it can produce wines of considerable extraction.

Grape Color


Synonyms for Croatina


Wines (1)

Robert Foley Charbono Napa Valley 2005 Napa Valley Red