Some articles on grapes, grape:

List Of Port Wine Grapes
413/2001), there were 30 recommended and 82 permitted grape varieties in Port wine production ... The quality and characteristics of each grape varies with the classification of grape varieties making a distinction between "Very Good", "Good", "Average ... The six most widely used grapes for red Port wine are Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Nacional, Tinto Cão and Tinta Amarela ...
Lisboa VR - Grapes
... The principle grapes of the Lisboa region includes Alfrocherio Preto, Antao Vaz, Arinto, Baga, Bastardo, Borrado das Moscas, Cabernet Sauvignon, Camarate, Chardonnay, Esgana Cao, Fernao ...
Lesbian Wine - Viticulture and Wine
... While the exact grapes for the Pramnian are not known, its method of production was recorded ... The grapes were allowed to hang on the vine, like that of a late harvest wine, till they were at their ripest points ... they were piled in large containers to the point that the weight of the clusters crushed the grapes underneath them producing free run juice without the use of ...
Spartin - Relationships and Confusion With Other Grapes
... both Poulsard and Béclan due to similarities in synonyms among the three grapes ... In the Isère, Peloursin is sometimes confused with Dureza, one of the parent grapes of Syrah ...
Cellared In Canada - Practice
... Under the "Cellared in Canada" label, Canadian wine producers can import pre-fermented grape must from grapes grown in other countries to produce wines under their own wine label ... though they may contain no Canadian-grown grapes ... The advantage to the producer is potentially lower production costs for imported grapes compared with locally grown Canadian grapes ...

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