Traminette, Pinot Gris, Norton and a variety of new cold-climate hybrids from the Upper Midwest will be presented by the practitioners who are pioneering their use.
by Anna Katharine Mansfield
Cutting-Edge Cultivars, the annual technical meeting and symposium of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture, Eastern Section, will be held July 13-16 in St. Louis, Missouri. The meeting will consist of half-day sessions focusing on grape cultivars of increasing importance in eastern winegrowing regions. The viticulture and enological aspects of Traminette, Pinot Gris and Norton, as well as a variety of new cold-climate hybrids from the Upper Midwest, will be presented by the comme...
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