Charbono Grapes


Charbono is a grape variety found in California. It is not very common in California, but is the second most commonly grown variety in Argentina, where it is known as Bonarda (which is not the same as the Bonarda Piemontese varietal). The wine made from charbono tends to be dark, with medium to high tannins and acidity.


Translations: Charbono Vīnogas, Charbono Vynuogės, Charbono Struguri, Grožđe Charbono, Charbono Nho, Winogrona Charbono, Charbono Druiven, Charbono अंगूर, Uvas Charbono, Чарбоно виноград, Charbono Σταφύλια, العنب Charbono, Charbono 포도, Charbono bobulí, Charbono mga ubas, 查博诺葡萄, Charbono Raïms, Charbono Grozdje, Charbon bobúľ, Charbono Uva, Charbono ענבי, Charbono Vindruvor, Цхарбоно грожђа, チャーボノブドウ, Cépages Charbono, Charbono Trauben, Charbono Druer, Charbono Druer, Charbono Uvas, Чарбоно виноград, Charbono Viinirypäleet, Charbono Грозде



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