Concord is an American grape that was selected from the wild in the mid 1800s. Its name is appropriately chosen from its area of origin, Concord, Massachusetts. This varietal produces medium-sized clusters of large berries. It is considered a ‘slip skin’ grape because its skins is easily separated from the pulp during the winemaking process. Concord is celebrated during the month of July.
kaan - kord
Acres in Missouri:
6.6% - 111.9 acres
Flavors or tasting notes:
Imagine the tastes and aromas that can be enjoyed in a glass of traditional grape juice and you can depict what will be found in a glass of Concord. This sweet red wine often presents a candy-like sweetness with notes of jam.
Robust medium-bodied wine that is soft and balanced
Ideal Serving Temperature:
Chilled to 45°F
Cheddar, aged cheeses, orange chicken, pork chop, barbecue beef, spicy seafood, candied nuts, nutmeg, figs, poached pear, grape pie, peanut butter