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Seyval blanc is hybrid wine grape variety used to make white wines. Its vines ripen early, are productive and are suited to fairly cool climates.  Seyval blanc is grown mainly in England, the United States east coast (specifically the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York regions in Ohio and Virginia), in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon), as well as to a lesser extent in Canada

Seyval blanc has a characteristic citrus element in the aroma and taste, as well as a minerality that may be compared to white Burgundy. It can offer notes of white peach, pine, apple, and hints of wheat.  This wine pairs well with light proteins, and if often highlighted by northern coastal seafoods, or rich marbled pork and free-range fowl.



Frontenac Gris  is a bud sport of Frontenac, identical in most respects but lacking dark skin color.  It's wines present aromas of peach and apricot with hints of enticing citrus and tropical fruit. A brilliant balance of fruit and acidity creates lively, refreshing wines. Unique and complex flavors make this an excellent grape for table, dessert, and ice wines.

Gris - Its grey tinge explains its name; gris means grey in French, and it has its origins in France. It is known as Pinot Gris in France and is most commonly cultivated in the Alsace region. This style of wine leans towards being a rich, full-bodied expression because it is made from riper grapes.

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