Wine that was Hybridized in New York!
This wine is part of Arbor Hill’s Lake Boat Series brand. The Lake Boat Series wines are made to commemorate the steamboat era of Canandaigua Lake, the Finger Lake on which we’re located. A detailed label featuring the steamboat called Canandaigua and the history behind this particular steamboat adorns one side of this bottle. The wine that fills this bottle is a varietal called Moores Diamond, which was hybridized by Jacob Moore of Brighton, New York, in 1885. This wine gained regional prominence from about 1940-1980 as the most outstanding dry white table wine produced from Labrusca style grapes. We are now re-introducing (by popular demand) this taste of yesteryear to a select audience of wine consumers. Moores Diamond is produced dry and exhibits a fresh fruit character harmonized with American Oak aging.
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