Dutchess

A native American hybrid grape primarily grown in the Eastern United States. Used to make fruity, sweet white wines with mild foxiness.
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Dutchess

county, southeastern New York state, U.S., bounded by Connecticut to the east and the Hudson River to the west. The land rises from the Hudson valley ...
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Dutchess

The white variety is an interspecific cross between Concord x Delaware. Synonyms are Riesling and Duchess de Caldas. The American hybrid was the breeder Andrew Jackson Caywood in 1868, created in Dutchess County (U.S. state of New York). She will grown in the Finger Lakes (New York), Ontario (Canada), Brazil and Australia. From its fruity sweet win...
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