How do I say the name of that Missouri or Kansas Wine?
Talking about wine can be intimidating (silent "G's" whaaat?!) We want newbies and winoisseurs alike to feel confident when ordering their favorite wine, so we've compiled a basic list of local wines found right here in Missouri and Kansas!
[Pink/Rose Wine] An American grape that produces light, refreshing wines that are sweet and floral. This is used for some Rosé wines.
[Red Wine] A French-American hybrid grape that produces dry to semi- dry wines with earthy flavors and soft tannins.
[White Wine] A hybrid grape that is a cross between Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc grapes. This grape produces a full, dry wine that could taste or oak or citrus fruit.
[Red Wine] America's original dessert wine that has intense fruit flavor with just the right amount of sweetness.
[Red Wine] This wine is genetically the same as Norton and may be bottled as either Cynthiana or Norton. This produces a big, bold wine.
[Red Wine] Missouri's official state grape that produces a bold, dark fruit, spicy flavored wine. This is also known as Cynthiana.
Seyval Blanc (say-vahl- blahnc)
[White Wine] A French-American hybrid grape that produces a medium-bodied, clean, crisp wine the smells like fresh herbs.
[White Wine] A hybrid grape that produces a citrus wine ranging from dry to semi-sweet with a floral nose.
Vidal Blanc (vee-dahl blahnc)
[White Wine] A hybrid grape that produces a crisp, clean wine with apple, lemon, and grapfruit citrus flavors.
[White Wine] A French-American hybrid grape that produces light, fruity wines with floral, citrus, and tropical flavors.