Noiret Grapes

Noiret is a hybrid grape variety for
use in red wine production. It was
developed and named...

 

Marechal Foch Grapes

Marechal Foch (pronounced
“mar-esh-shall-fosh”), is an
inter-specific hybrid red wine
grape variety. It was named after
the French...

     

Merlot Grapes

Merlot (pronounced mare-low[needs
IPA]) is a darkly blue-coloured wine
grape, that is used as both a...

 

Traminette Grapes

Traminette is a cross of the French
American hybrid Joannes Seyve
23.416 and the German Vitis vinifera
cultivar Gewürztraminer made by Herb...

     

Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes

Cabernet Sauvignon (French:
[ka.bɛʁ.nɛ so.vi.ɲɔ̃]) is one of the
world’s most widely recognized
red wine grape...

 

Cabernet Franc Grapes

Cabernet Franc is one of the major
black grape varieties worldwide.
It is principally grown...

 

St. Pepin Grapes

St Pepin is a modern hybrid variety of wine grape, mostly
grown in North America. it produces grapes suitable for
making fruity white wines similar to Riesling, mor as a base for
blended wines. The grapes also make a good seeded table
for eating. it has the bnenefits of early ripening, and when
hardened properly in the fall, it is winter hardy to at least
-25 F ( -32C). As suchit best suited to grow in more northern
climates.

 

Edelweiss Grapes

Edelweiss was first developed as a table grape.
This variety bears the Minnesota winters, but mulching
is encouraged. During this process be wary when tying
the shoots together because they break easily.
Edelweiss has strong resistance to grape disease and
fungus and can tolerate negative thirty-five degree
temperatures.