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Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards

 

 

 Concord grape

The Concord grape is a black grape cultivar derived from the Vitis labrusca that are used as table grapes, wine grapes and juice grapes. They are often used to make grape jelly. The grape is sometimes used to make wine. Traditionally, most commercially produced Concord wines have been finished sweet, but dry versions are possible.

The skin of a Concord grape is typically dark blue or purple, Concord grapes have large seeds and are highly aromatic.

The major growing areas are the Finger Lakes District of New York, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Southwestern Michigan, and the Yakima Valley in Washington

 

 

 

 

Red Cardinal      Indian Creek Winery

6491 County Line Road NE          Georgetown       IN 47122             Indiana

www.indiancreekwinery.org

indiancreekwinery@yahoo.com

Phone   0018129510303

#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
#Red Cardinal Wine Producers Indiana Vineyards
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