||Callet is dark-skinned wine grape variety grown on the island of Mallorca (Majorca), in the Balearic Islands off Spain's Mediterranean east coast.
|| It is most commonly used in the production of rosé, where it is traditionally blended with the other indigenous varieties Fogoneu and Manto Negro. In more recent times, Callet has been used to make light-bodied red wines that may be blended with Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo or Syrah.
Although Callet is deeply colored, it tends to be quite low in alcohol. Varietal Callet wines have soft tannins and sweet raspberry flavors, though they remain uncommon.
||It was originally used in the production of rosé wines, where it is used in blend with other native varieties traditionally the Fogoneu and the Manto Negro. More recently, Callet is used to make light red wines with Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Syrah grapes.