Chambourcin (sham-bore-SAIN)


French-American hybrid created (through multiple crossings of crossings) sometime in the late 1940s, but only available since the 1960s. Highly thought of thanks to its “lack of hybrid taste.” Makes good and very good wines in many eastern and mid-West states of the United States including Missouri, New Jersey, New York, and Virgina.

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