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review of the origin of interspecific hybrid grape varieties

McGrew, John R.

review of the origin of interspecific hybrid grape varieties

by McGrew, John R.

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Published by American Wine Society in Rochester, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grapes -- Varieties,
  • Viticulture

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementJ.R. McGrew.
    SeriesAmerican Wine Society manual -- 10.
    ContributionsAmerican Wine Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17604122M
    OCLC/WorldCa49537516

    This is the first article in a two-part series, and it will address the history of hybrid grapes and their current status in the United States, while a second article will focus on hybrid grapes in Michigan and the outlook for those grapes in the future. The grape and wine industry in the eastern U.S. is growing at a . The fruit has a less American flavor than other varieties of V. labrusca ancestry. Because of the relatively low cold tolerance (Table 2), the variety should be planted only on very favorable sites. Other interspecific hybrid varieties now largely fill the role that Dutchess once played in .

      By Pamela Nicolle and Karine Pedneault. Cold-hardy interspecific hybrid grape (CIHG) cultivars are crosses between the European Vitis specie V. vinifera and North American Vitis species, such as V. labrusca and V. riparia (Pedneault and Provost, ).CIHG cultivars have contributed extensively to the expansion of northern wine production areas, such as the Province of Quebec . Therefore, interspecific hybrid varieties are good alternatives, due to their better cold tolerance, but have not been embraced by many Oklahoma grape growers due to perceived inferiority. In the survey interspecific hybrid grapes made up less than 15 percent of vines, American species grapes approximately 7 percent, and muscadine grapes.

    According to the Web of Science database, the number of scientific publications involving FRG varieties increased by 86% between and , when compared to the – period (search restricted to “fungus resistant grape or varieties” and “interspecific hybrid grape or varieties”).Cited by: Wine Guides Tips has been rated out of 5 based on ratings and 1 user reviews. How can I learn about wine jargon? Still Wines from Grapes - The Use of Sulfur in the Preservation of Wines - The Review of the Origin of Interspecific -- Hybrid Grape Varieties - Organizing and Conducting Wine Tastings - Wine Acidity: Taste, Measurement.


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Review of the origin of interspecific hybrid grape varieties by McGrew, John R. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hybrid Grape Origins The creation of interspecific hybrid grapes primarily came about because of problems encountered in France in the s. A devastating phylloxera outbreak began there in and in the next 20 years about 90% of French vineyards were destroyed. In part, it is a reference book on hybrid grapes and their inventors (although there is a section on vinifera grapes too).

One thing is clear. Casscles' knowledge of his subject is profound, rooted in his own work as a vineyardist and winemaker, and greatly expanded by extensive research/5. Munson as being especially important for creating hybrid grape cultivars.

Hybrid Grape Origins The creation of interspecific hybrid grapes primarily came about because of problems encountered in France in the s.

A devastating phylloxera outbreak began there in and in the next 20 years about 90% of French vineyards were destroyed. Hybrid, schmybrid “The question is one of marketing, and nothing else. Most wineries make their money from the walk-in trade.

And each and every walker-in is amenable to doesn’t matter what name is on the label, so long as there is quality in the bottle.” From ‘The Grape. A Review of Cold Climate Grape Cultivars Introduction There has been interest in growing grapes in the upper Midwest and other cold climate regions of North America.

One of the problems growers face in these regions is selecting cultivars (cultivated varieties) that will withstand severe winters, mature in short growing seasons, and be productive. In C, the percentage of grape phylloxera samples collected from Vitis spp. interspecific hybrid direct-producers (dark red), Vitis spp.

interspecific resistant grape varieties (light green), Vitis Author: Javier Tello, Roswitha Mammerler, Marko Čajić, Astrid Forneck. century of interspecific grape breeding and to provide a foundation for marker-assisted breeding programmes, we present a principal components analysis based ancestry estimation method to calculate admixture proportions of hybrid grapes in the United States Department of Agriculture grape germplasm collection using genome-wide polymorphism data.

Volatile Compounds from Grape Skin, Juice and Wine from Five Interspecific Hybrid Grape Cultivars Grown in Québec (Canada) for Wine Production Article (PDF Available) in Molecules 20(6)   This blog is devoted to interspecific grape varieties and quality wines made from them. I believe in "different grapes for different climates".

As such, I like to promote an awareness of interspecific (hybrid) grapes as ideal varieties for the establishment of viticulture in areas with cool or short-season climates. FRENCH-AMERICAN HYBRID WINE GRAPE VARIETIES SUGGESTED FOR THE MOUNTAINS OF WNC Page 1 AURORE French-American hybrid grape widely grown in New York State (U.S.A).

Used to produce fruity white wines of mild intensity, usually with a dry finish; also good quality sparkling wines. Mainly found in the colder northern temperate regions of North America. Interspecific Hybrids. French-American and Other Interspecific Varieties.

The introduction of the North American pests, phylloxera (Daktulosphaira vitifoliae) and powdery mildew (Uncinula necator), into Europe in the mid's was devastating to grape growing enterprises. French hybridizers responded by developing new varieties using wild American species resistant to phylloxera, powdery mildew or.

At La Garagista, Hybrid Grapes Stand Up to Vermont’s Elements the species that includes all the famous wine grapes of European origin known around the world. But Ms. Heekin grows hybrid. Developed from crosses between Vitis vinifera and North American Vitis species, interspecific hybrid grape varieties are becoming economically significant in northern areas, where they are now extensively grown for wine production.

However, the varietal differences between interspecific hybrids are not well defined, nor are the relationships between hybrid grape and wine composition, which Cited by: In an effort to increase our understanding of interspecific hybrids, we have characterized the free volatile compounds profiles of berries (juice and skin) and wines of five red hybrid varieties (Frontenac, Marquette, Maréchal Foch, Sabrevois and St.

Croix) grown in. Native Wine Grapes of America America has been covered with grapevines even before varieties like Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon were transplanted from Europe. Several of these native species play an important role in the world of wine, but most have been cast aside and their stories are threatened to disappear into history.

Book Review: Grapes of the Hudson Valley, by J. Stephen Casscles. With the publication of Grapes of the Hudson Valley and Other Cool Climate Regions of the United States and Canada, Stephen Casscles joins a small group of writers who have concentrated on winegrowing in the Eastern United States, including such august figures as Lucie Morton and Hudson Cattell as well.

CT additions to hybrid wines should be useful, because previous work has shown that both commercial and experimental red wines produced from interspecific hybrid varieties contain negligible CT. An excellent history of viticulture in the northeast United States, as well as an outstanding guide to most hybrid grape varieties that have succeeded in this sometimes inhospitable environment, Grapes of the Hudson Valley provides excellent reading not just for grape growers, but for eastern American wine lovers in general/5(20).

Although they possess significant viticultural advantages, interspecific hybrid grapes (Vitis spp.) are reported to produce wine with lower tannin concentrations than European wine varieties (Vitis vinifera). However, extensive quantitative data on this phenomenon as well as mechanistic explanations for these differences are lacking.

A survey of primarily commercial wines from the Finger Lakes Cited by: Wine Grape Varieties French-American Grape Hybrids. French-American hybrids are crosses between the wild American grape (primarily V. rupestris, V. lincecumii, and V. riparia) and the European species (V.

vinifera). They were called French-American hybrids because most. Hybrid grapes are grape varieties that are the product of a crossing of two or more Vitis is in contrast to crossings between grape varieties of the same species, typically Vitis vinifera, the European grapes are also referred to as inter-specific crossings or "Modern Varieties.".for cold-hardy grapes Northern Grapes News Vol 5, Issue 2 Interspecific Hybrid Red Wine Color Claire Burtch and Anna Katharine Mansfield, Cornell University Before consumers have an opportunity to smell or taste a wine, they begin to form first impressions and opinions through their sense of File Size: 1MB.This list of grape varieties includes cultivated grapes, whether used for wine, or eating as a table grape, fresh or dried (raisin, currant, sultana).

The term grape variety refers to cultivars rather than actual botanical varieties according to the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, because they are propagated by cuttings and may have unstable reproductive properties.