One of the oldest hybrids cultivated in the United States, having been discovered in Virginia sometime around 1820. Today, grown in the Midwest and mid-Atlantic states, and especially successful in Missouri and Virginia where it is the source of some surprisingly good zinfandel-like wines.


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