vinifera grape

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Downy mildew, powdery mildew (also called oidium), black rot, and phylloxera quickly spread throughout the wine-growing regions of Europe in part because the vinifera grape has little natural resistance to these maladies.
Like all vinifera grapes, Zinfandel is native to Europe; however, it is best known in its adopted home of California where it is widely planted throughout the state.
The group soon owned a winery and vineyard land and concentrated on producing premium wine from vinifera grapes.
Carole Meredith was the University of California, Davis geneticist who pioneered the use of DNA typing to differentiate between Vitis Vinifera grape varieties, and is responsible for proving that Zinfandel, Primitivo and Crljenak Kastelanski are identical.
The winery cultivates additional premium vinifera grape varietals on 150 acres on Oregon Rd.
It pioneered vinifera grape growing in the state and has been producing classic European varietal wines since 1967.
Michelle pioneered vinifera grape growing in Washington state and had been producing classic European varietal wines since 1967.
Situated on a National Historic Register site near Seattle, the Chateau pioneered vinifera grape growing in the state and has been producing classic European varietal wines since 1967.
In many ways, Joseph treats Marquette like a vinifera grape, and the resulting wines have garnered critical praise including four Best of Show awards at the International Cold Climate Wine Competition.
The rapidly growing vinifera grape industry in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York is concentrated on the hillsides directly adjacent to the lakes, raising concern of pollution from runoff and leaching of nutrients and agrochemicals.
Cold-sensitive vinifera grape varieties were damaged across the state, and the extreme cold affected even cold-hardy northern varieties such as the Minnesota and Cornell hybrids grown in the Thousand Islands region of northern New York.
Prices for vinifera grapes continued to be strong: Nine varieties increased in price, four went down, and three were flat.
However, much of the credit for the amazing diversity of Vitis vinifera grapes grown in our state today goes to the Hungarian Count Agoston Haraszthy, who introduced scores of varietals that may have included Zinfandel, one of the most iconic California wine grapes.
Konstantin Frank, who successfully grew vinifera grapes in the region, to modern-day produce growers and winemakers, Timeless Bounty is as much a historical chronicle as it is a celebration.