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October 01, 2009


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It is biologically a hybrid, it's not an interspecific hybrid, which is what you mean, not that I want to spoil your wine with semantics.

Rowland: It's also true that it's not what most people think of as "hybrid" in the context of New York wine...that's why I said it that way.

It's true that "hybrid" is often short for "interspecific hybrid". Under a broader definition, you could consider Cabernet Sauvignon as a hybrid between Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. Most people say the broader "cross" in this case.

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