In a nutshell
Alternative Names and Subvarieties: Bonarda Piemontese, Uva Rara. This variety is not the same as either the true Uva Rara variety, which is sometimes called Bonarda Novarese, or the local name “Bonarda” for Croatina in Oltrepò Pavese.
Best Known For: Secondary red grape of Piemonte
Where Grown: Primarily in Emilia-Romagna (36%), Piemonte (34%), and Lombardia (26%)
Vineyard Area: 750 ha (1,852 acres)
Denominations that use this grape variety
Majority Component in One or More Wines of:
Principal Red Grape Varieties: