Mendoza, Argentina- Dense and concentrated with a deep red color. This wine offers a rich palate of plums and black cherries. Lively acidity and refined tannins linger for a long finish.
Bonarda may refer to one of several grape varieties: Douce noir, known as Bonarda in Argentina and Charbono in California.   Douce noir is a red Italian wine grape variety that has historically been grown in the Savoie wine region, but today is more widely planted in Argentina.

BRAND:  Cruz Alta
COUNTRY / STATE:  Argentina
REGION:  Mendoza
WINE TYPE:  Red Wine
VARIETAL:  Bonarda
STYLE: Concentrated
TASTE: Cherry, Plum
BODY:  Full-bodied