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Bonarda Wines

Bonarda grapes are most popularly grown in Argentina, where it comes runner up to Malbec as the second most popular red wine. The grape though, can be traced back 3,000 years to Northern Italy and was believed to be brought into Argentina by Italian immigrants.

Bonarda is also known by 'Douce noir' in France where it is grown in the Savoy region.

When drinking Bonarda wine expect it to be a black-inky purple colour with aromas of black fruit and plum. The flavour profile is one of lovely notes of black cherry, plum, leather and light tobacco. It's medium-bodied with a lovely soft, smooth finish.

Estacion 1883 Bonarda

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£12.50

Valles Bonarda

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£12.50

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