Delaware (dell-a-WARE)

More pink skinned than truly red, this French-American hybrid (whose parentage is cloudy) is grown primarily in the Lake Erie region of New York State, but also in Michigan and Ohio where it was created. Makes soda-popish wines. Curiously, Delaware is also grown in Japan.

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