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March 24, 2010

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This variety is definitely one of the better red hybrids. Tasted blind and enjoyed for just what it is, I don't think many people would know it was a hybrid grape.

Thank you for taking hybrids seriously ... I know it will take the Hudson Valley much longer to gain acceptance for them, but I feel that is outweighted by actually having something unique and regional to offer (of course Im only 26 so Ive got plenty of time for that to happen).

Oh, and again, Carlo, awesome lable, really nice.

The acidity is attenuate but makes the medium-short accomplishment fresh, dry and clean.

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