Maréchal Foch (MAR-ay-shawl Foshe)

Complex hybrid created in France in 1911 and named after Maréchal Ferdinand Foch, a general in the French army during World War I. Deeply colored, tannic, and somewhat herbaceous, and well-suited to cold climates. Grown today in small amounts in Canada and the northeastern United States.

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