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This cold hardy grape cultivar was discovered in 1973 in a Missouri vineyard. While the official parentage is unknown, some believe it may be a cross of Pinot Noir and Chambourcin. These red grapes have large berries in loose clusters that mature late in season. Dry red, rosé and even sparkling wines can be crafted using St. Vincent grapes.


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Acres in Missouri:

49 acres

Flavors or tasting notes:

St. Vincent can provide cherry aromas along with floral, wild strawberry and citrus flavors.

Taste Profile:

Zesty acidity along with a refreshing finish

Ideal Serving Temperature:

Depends on the style:

Chilling Wine



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