Carmenère is an old Bordeaux grape variety that arrived in northeastern Italy together with Cabernet Franc in the nineteenth century. It was immediately embroiled with the latter in the law that forbade not only its use for making wines and stating its name on the label, but also the cultivation of the grapes going by that name. The first acknowledgment of the variety came only in 2006, with Carmenère Doc Arcole; it was also launched in the DOC Piave area, where Carmenère can now be produced. A red wine with a herbaceous fragrance, intense and strong> tannic, goes perfectly with roasts and meats and medium-mature cheeses.
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