Hybrid Varieties

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  • Melody
    Melody vines are vigorous and productive, but typically do not require cluster thinning. Melody can make a vinifera type wine with varietal character, neutral fruitiness, floral overtones, and hints of herbaceousness.
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  • Chancellor - Grafted
    Chancellor is considered among the better French-American varieties in terms of wine quality. It can produce a medium-bodied wine that ages well. Vines tend to be over-productive and may require some cluster thinning. ...
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  • Clarion - Certified

    This variety is suited for making dry white wines. The grape bunches are loose which can contribute to reduced disease. Clarion ripens earlier than many riparia based wine varieties. Tasting notes include: pear, citru...

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  • Colobel

    (Seibel 8357) produces a heavily pigmented juice useful for blending as a coloring agent.  Vines are very productive but just slightly cold hardy. The large clusters of blue-black berries ripen late.

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  • Regent - Certified
    Regent is a relatively new German hybrid, mostly vinifera, with good fungal disease resistance. Regent wines can have intense color, high tannins, moderate acidity, and show aromas of cherry and black currant.
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