Catawba (ca-TAW-ba)


Found mostly in the northeastern part of the United States, where it is used for juice, jams, and jellies as well as wine. With its hard-to-describe grapey/animal fur aroma and flavor often described as “foxy,” the grape may be a hybrid or a cross; its parents are unknown. Made into light red and rosé wines, especially in New York State.

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