Grape type: Black
Bombino Nero is a typical vine variety of Puglia, particularly widespread in the north of the region. It is the main grapevine for the production of DOCG Castel del Monte Bombino Nero.
Bombino Nero is a black grapevine, with blue grapes, a thin skin and a large compact bunch. It is a late ripening grape with high acidity and low sugar concentration values that do not make it suitable for making red wine, but it is perfect for the production of rosé.
Bombino Nero grape produces wines of ruby red colour, with a vinous and pleasant aroma. They are also dry, aromatic and have a balanced tannic taste.
This grape vine is perfect to be mixed with other grape varieties, such as Nero di Troia and Malvasia Nera, for the production of red and rosé.
DOCG wines with Bombino Nero grapevine
DOP wines with Bombino Nero grapevine
Wines with Bombino Nero as main grapevine
There are no DOP wines using Bombino Nero as main grape.
Wines with Bombino Nero as secondary grapeCastel del Monte
IGT zones of production