- Leon Millot
- St. Croix
- Seyval Blanc
Frontenac- a dark skinned,
hybrid French American grape variety. It can make a delightful dry,
sweet or Rose' style wine. It is increasingly being used to make a
flavorful port wine. This variety has a cherry aroma and a secondary
characteristic of black currant, plum and sometimes chocolate
Leon Millot-a dark skinned, hybrid French American grape
variety. It ripens very early in a vineyard. It is light to medium
bodied with very deep color and a wide range of berry aromas. Loved
by many as a dry red wine.
Noriet- a new youthful variety deep in color, good for a
stand alone dry wine or ideal for blending. Distinct peppery flavor
exist from variety grown in central Illinois.
St Croix- A dark skinned American hybrid. A distinct dark
color. Flavors of dark berries and currants are common. A favorite.
Concord- A Lubrusca variety. A very 'grapey' flavor. Ideal
for sweet wine. Popular for blending.