Uva Rara

In a nutshell

Alternative Names and Subvarieties: Bonarda di Cavaglià, Bonarda Novarese. This is not the same as the true Bonarda, which to add to the confusion is sometimes called Uva Rara.

Best Known For: Blending grape in north-central Italy

Where Grown: Widespread, with the largest concentrations in Lombardia (37%), Toscana (32%), and Puglia and Piemonte (12% each)

Vineyard Area: 460 ha (1,135 acres)

Denominations that use this grape variety

Majority Component in One or More Wines of:

Principal Red Grape Varieties:

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