Charbono is a variety that was once widely popular in the mid-1900's. By 1970, with the rise of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and others, demand for it had faded dramatically as the public's interest turned to newer flavors. Today, it is only grown on a few acres in California and is seldom seen on the market outside of a few specialty wine shops and fine restaurants. We find it to be a grape that takes patience in the field, and a wine that takes patience in the cellar. But if given time, it can yield a rich, inky, satin smooth wine with a bold and unique flavor profile.This is a unique wine, come by for a taste. Take home a few bottles, some to enjoy now and some to save till a later date. This wine will age well.