Seyval Blanc

Seyval Blanc is a dry hybrid white wine with a crisp citrus fruit flavor. Vineyards for this wine are mostly located in England with a few in the Finger Lakes area of upstate New York. The cool climate of these regions is conducive for wine production since the grapes are famous for their resistance to the cold.

Seyval Blanc was created by the Seyve family as a cross between Seibel and Rayon d’Or grapes. Together, these two grape varieties created St. Pepin, the hybrid grape used in the wine. Seyval Blanc is compared to white burgundy and is a good alternative to Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.

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