Tinto Cão is a historic wine grape from Portugal and is primarily grown in the Douro, Dão, and Lisbon regions. It is used in port wines as well as dry table reds, roses, and dessert wines globally. Tinto Cão produces full-bodied wines with fruity and floral aromas. The variety has high vigor and good fruit quality in hot and dry climates, though yields may be relatively low. In the Parlier (Fresno County, California) trial it exhibited low to moderate yields and little rot.
https://grapevarieties.info/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/tinto-cao-clusters-scaled.jpg 2560 1707 Fallon Ely /wp-content/themes/awp-enfold/blank.png Fallon Ely2023-06-26 16:03:422023-08-29 14:55:35Tinto Cão