The Vergennes wine is a slightly fruity, crisp, and semi-dry white wine that pairs nicely with flavorful hors d’oeuvres, poultry, fish and light meats. The Vergennes vine has European, or viniferous, parentage. But the grape also is part Labrusca, meaning a vine that once grew wild in North America. “This is a red grape that makes a white wine,” Brahm said. Undoubtedly the vines were cross-pollinated, which accounts for its character. Enjoy this wonderful new wine from the old grapevine, as the Vergennes, VT, history continues here in South Bristol.
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Awards: Gold – Finger Lakes International Wine Competiton
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