Vidal

A French hybrid grape, known principally for its use in ice wine making in Canada. The vines are ideal for ice wine, as they are incredibly hardy and suited to harsh winters.

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Sherry

The top fortified wine of Spain made primarily with Palomino grapes and extended oxidative aging. It’s available in a range of styles of bone dry to very sweet.

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Riesling

An aromatic white variety that can produce white wines ranging in style from bone-dry to very sweet. Germany is the world’s most important producer of Riesling.

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Moschofilero

A richly aromatic white wine that hails from the small region of Mantíneia, close to Tripoli in Peloponnese, Greece.

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Müller-Thurgau

A cross between Riesling and Madeleine Royal, the vines are known to be hyper-productive and thus, most wines are somewhat boring. That said, quality minded wineries offer Müller-Thurgau with the same complexity as fine Riesling.

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Muscadine

Muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia) is a North American grape species that’s naturally high in polyphenols (antioxidants). Wines are exceptionally challenging to make well, given that so few are doing it.

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Muscat Blanc

An ancient aromatic white variety originally from Greece that’s available in many styles, from dry to sweet to still, sparkling, and fortified.

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Gewürztraminer

Treasured for its intense floral aromas, Gewürztraminer has thrived for centuries around Germany. Quality examples are ageworthy, but most are best enjoyed in their youth to preserve acidity.

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Cserszegi Fűszeres

chair-seggy foo-sar-resh Primary Flavours Peach Elderflower Grape Lychee Rose Taste Profile Off-dry Medium-light Body None Tannins Medium Acidity 11.5–13.5% ABV Handling SERVE 45–55°F / 7-12°C GLASS TYPE White DECANT No CELLAR 3–5 Years Food Pairing Given it’s aromatic style, try this exotic white with light meats or seafood in fresh Asian dishes like Vietnamese vermicelli […]

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Concord

An American grape of the vitis Labrusca species from Concord, Massachusetts; it is the most planted grape in New York, but used more for juice and flavoring than winemaking.

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