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Bonarda is a name applied to several different grape varieties used to make red wine:
- Douce noir, also known as Charbono inf California and widely grown in Argentina as Bonarda.
- Bonarda Piemontese is grown in Piedmont, around Turin, where it may be labelled as Bonarda dell'Astigiano, Bonarda di Chieri, Bonarda di Gattinara or Bonarda del Monferrato.
- Croatina grown in Lombardy, around Pavia, is known as Bonarda dell'Oltrepò Pavese
- Uva Rara is called Bonarda Novarese in Novara and Vercelli.
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