Graciano is a black-skinned wine grape from northern Spain, mainly grown in Navarra and Rioja. The variety is known for producing moderately tannic, deeply colored and intensely perfumed wines with aromas of mulberry, violets and chocolate. It is mostly used in blends with Tempranillo and Garnacha in Rioja, but is also sometimes vinified alone. However, Graciano vines are less successful in the vineyard due to susceptibility to mildew and low-yielding. It is thought to be the same variety as Sardinia's Cagnulari.