47 Words About Candia’s Noiret

Found growing wild on his property, it took Bob a while to identify it’s name. A  cold-hardy Cornell hybrid cross of Steuben and  NY65.0467.08, named in 2006. Candia is the only NE winery vinifying this grape. High acidity, fine tannins, raspberry, but tart, white pepper. None of that hybride wildness.

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