Chambourcin is a hybrid grape developed by Joannes Seibel in the Loire Valley of France. It was released in the early 1960's in France and by 1970 Chambourcin had made its way to America.
Developed in New York State, Chardonel was made to be a late-ripening, highly productive, cold climate varietal.
Niagara are a variety of the North American species, Vitis labrusca and are used as table grapes and wine grapes.
Traminette is a white wine grape that produces wine with pronounced varietal character likened to one of its parents, Gewurztraminer.
Vignoles is a French-American hybrid grape variety that is commonly grown in the Midwest. It is a white wine grape that is used to produce a variety of different wines, from dry to sweet.
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