Finger Lakes, New York State, USA
Native to Georgia, there are traces of plantings of this grape that date back over 3000 years. A white grape that gives high yields, elevated alcohol levels and intensely high levels of acidity.
Intoxicating and wild on the nose, with crushed violets intermingling with stone fruit, white pepper and pear. The palate has a “sweet n’ sour” element, with tart apple and citrus notes, as well as peach and nectarine.