Graciano

COMMON SYNONYM: Morrastel, Tinta Miuda, Cagnulari, Xeres
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Spain
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: Jorge Boehm
PEDIGREE:
USE: Wine
VIGOR: Low
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HARVEST TIMING: Late
CLONES OFFERED: 01

Information from the National Grape Registry, www.ngr.ucdavis.edu

OTHER INFORMATION: A black/red wine grape usually grown in Spain. Graciano thrives in warm, arid climates with chalky soils. Susceptible to downy mildew. When wine is produced it carries a strong aroma, and ages well with its high acidity and medium tannins.