Busuioacă de Bohotin
|Busuioacă de Bohotin|
|Color of berry skin||Rouge|
|Notable regions||county of Iaşi|
Busuioacă de Bohotin (Romanian pronunciation: [busuˈjo̯akə de bohoˈtin]) is a grape which originates from the Bohotin region, in Southeast Iaşi County, Romania, and is also cultivated in other small areas: Huşi in Vaslui County, Pietroasele in Buzău County and Tohani in Prahova County, on a total area of no more than 100 ha.
The wine has a light red color. Its flavor resembles honeysuckle and ripe juicy peaches. The sweet taste sometimes has a barely perceptible almond like bitter aroma caused by the latent cyanide moiety.
- About Busuioaca de Bohotin at 9AM News (in Romanian)
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