Yellow-gold berries make a full-bodied white wine with moderate to high acidity. A naturally occurring cross between Frontenac and Frontenac Gris, distinctly different with all the same great traits: productive, vigorous, disease-resistant, hardy. In an NPR broadcast, reporter David Sommerstein tasted this wine at Coyote Moon in northern New York and commented, “It’s aromatic with peach and nectarine, but also caramel smooth…a totally new grape…exactly what the next generation of wine drinkers is seeking—diversity and adventure.” Decent for fresh eating as well. Z4/5. (well-rooted bare-root vines)
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