Seyval Blanc (SAY-val BLAHNK)


One of the most popular French-American hybrids originally developed in France for its disease resistance and ability to ripen early in cold climates, but now outlawed in that country (as are all hybrids). Still planted in England, Canada, and the eastern United States, particularly New York State and Michigan.

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