FANDOM


m
m (Robot: Changing Category:Wine varietals)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
Pronounced vee-dahl-blahngk. A grape varietal used in the production of white wine. A French-American hybrid is a cross of Ugni Blanc and Seibel 4986 that was first developed in France. In modern day it is primarily planted in the Northeast United States. The varietal produces popular late-season white wine and is used in the production of some Ice Wines. The resulting Ice Wine has a style similar to the Eiswein’s of Germany. The varietal is most commonly used in dessert style wines.
 
Pronounced vee-dahl-blahngk. A grape varietal used in the production of white wine. A French-American hybrid is a cross of Ugni Blanc and Seibel 4986 that was first developed in France. In modern day it is primarily planted in the Northeast United States. The varietal produces popular late-season white wine and is used in the production of some Ice Wines. The resulting Ice Wine has a style similar to the Eiswein’s of Germany. The varietal is most commonly used in dessert style wines.
   
[[Category:Wine varietals]]
+
[[Category:Grape varietals]]

Latest revision as of 13:06, March 31, 2011

Pronounced vee-dahl-blahngk. A grape varietal used in the production of white wine. A French-American hybrid is a cross of Ugni Blanc and Seibel 4986 that was first developed in France. In modern day it is primarily planted in the Northeast United States. The varietal produces popular late-season white wine and is used in the production of some Ice Wines. The resulting Ice Wine has a style similar to the Eiswein’s of Germany. The varietal is most commonly used in dessert style wines.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.