Wine Grapes Database - Quattrocalici

The Chatus Grape Variety

    The Chatus grape is a Black berry variety and is mostly grown in Piedmont region(s). The Chatus grapes are also widely present in a bigger area which includes Piedmont regions as well. The Chatus grape belongs to the Indigenous varieties group. The wine made from the Chatus grapes is and its taste is basically fruity, floral, full bodied.

    Chatus grape

    Chatus Variety main information

      Berry colorBlack berry
      Vine categoryIndigenous varieties
      Registration year2004
      Authorized regionsPiedmont

      Chatus ampelographic description

      Leaf descriptors

      medium sized, pentagonal shape, with five lobes.

      Grape descriptors

      dense, medium, funnel-shaped, with 2 wing(s).

      Berry descriptors

      small, ellipsoid shape, thick, medium bloom and with blue-black skin.

      Chatus Wine Features

      The wine obtained from the Chatus grapes has colour. Its taste is fruity, floral, full bodied.

      Featured Wine appellations for the Chatus variety

      Appellation nameTypeRegion
      Colline Saluzzesi DOCDOCPiedmont