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About Busuioaca De Bohotin
Busuioaca De Bohotin, which translates to basil of Bohotin or the basil-scented grape of Bohotin, is a grape variety primarily grown around the small village of Bivolari in Southeast Iasi County, Romania. A few other areas cultivate this grape as well, including Pietroasele in Buzau County, Husi in Vaslui County, and Tohani in Pravoha County. Each hectare produces an average of 6 to 8 tonnes of these grapes.
Busuioaca De Bohotin grapes are also known by 72 other names including Vanata de Bohotin, Tamaioasa de Bohotin, Muscat a Petits Grains Rouge, Tamaioasa Violeta, Moscato Violetto, and Busuioaca Neagra. This grape belongs to the Muscat family, and came to Romania from Greece. This is a mutation of the white Tamaioasa grape variety.
The Busuioaca De Bohotin grape is used in various rose wines that range in color from a light onion-skin pink to pale red with tinges of violet. Its primary flavors are of basil and rose petals. Busuioaca De Bohotin grapes also have notes of strawberries, honeysuckle, peaches, and honey. Some select Busuioaca De Bohotin wines also have flavors of cantaloupe, orange zest, or incense. Wines made from Busuioaca De Bohotin can also have a very light almond aroma which adds a subtle bitterness.
The purple-hued Busuioaca De Bohotin grapes ripen at the beginning of October. They have thin skin, a spherical shape, and a medium size. Juicy and aromatic, these grapes have a distinct appeal even before they're used for winemaking. Busuioaca De Bohotin grapes have accumulated sugars that are 250-270 g/l and high acidity of 7.2 g/l sulphuric acid after ripening.
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