Bonarda, often shadowed by the prominence of Malbec, quietly thrives as Argentina's second most planted grape variety, revealing a different facet of Argentine winemaking. Known for its deep color and juicy, fruit-driven profile, Bonarda wines are marked by flavors of plum, fig, and black cherry, with a velvety texture that appeals to a wide array of palates. Typically more medium-bodied, these wines possess a lively acidity that makes them excellent companions to food.