Cynthiana

Richard Heckman wrote"I live in north Alabama, on a hill just 30 miles from the Tennessee line"
Dick - You asked about Norton/Cynthiana grapes for winemaking. I live in the Kansas City area and a lot of local winemakers grow this grape. Once established it's pretty easy to grow...lot's of disease resistance. It's a high acid grape so you have to deal with this when making the wine. But, when well made and properly oaked, it's a great dry, red wine. Buy a bottle of Stone Hill Norton if it's available in your area. This is a good example of Norton/Cynthiana.
Bill Frazier Olathe, Kansas USA
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