Cienna is an Australian cross with large volume of tannin.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Cienna has a deep purple color. It has full bodied with large volume of tannin and minty flavours.

Fresh Cienna grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Cienna are mainly grown in the Swan Hill, in Victoria, Australia. Cienna has good yields, needing a warm climate to ripen well and resistant to mould, with tannins sometimes being excessively tough. Cienna can produce full bodied with aggressive tannin and minty flavours. Produced as a low-alcohol, lightly fizzy red for drinking young and chilled. Cienna wines are best served with light foods such as salads, seafood and white meats. They are also great for pairing with some cheeses.

Foods to pair with Cienna:

Light meat
Fun Fact about Cienna
Cienna was created by A J Antcliff in Victoria, Australia in 1972.

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