Nero Buono is a red wine grape native to Italy. It was once called Nero Buono di Cori.
Where grown: Lazio: it is allowed in the DOC wines Cori Nero Buono (minimum 85%) and can be specified on the label in the DOC wines Castelli Romani Rosso (minimum 85%).
Viticulture: Medium sized bunches and berries. Very vigorous; this variety likes higher alti- tudes and volcanic soils.
Wine style: Grapey and vinous, light to medium bodied, with juicy black fruit and pleasant fresh herb aromas and flavours. more complex with age.
Italian Wine Unplugged (Positive Press, 2017), p.190-1.