Bonarda: Red grape variety from the Bordeaux region. It is one of prevailing varieties in Argentina. Similar to the cabernet sauvignon, but less acid, fruitier and lighter. It smells of red fruit. cépage rouge originaire du Piémont italien. Arômes de fruits noirs et de fougères.
Cabernet sauvignon: It comes from Medoc and it is considered one of the best red grape varieties. Red-colored and high-tannin content wines that are well preserved. Aromas: pepper, cassis, berries and licorice.
Cabernet franc: Original from Southwestern France, it is used in blends. It is being gradually more produced, mainly in Mendoza and San Juan Very structured wine, less red, with less tannin content than the cabernet sauvignon. It smells of wild fruits.