Vermont wine

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Wine region
Map of USA VT.svg
Official name State of Vermont
Type U.S. state
Year established 1791
Years of wine industry 1997-present
Country United States
Total area 9,620 square miles (24,916 km2)
Grapes produced Baco noir, Cayuga, Chardonnay, Frontenac, Leon Millot, Marechal Foch, Riesling, Seyval blanc, St. Croix, Traminette, Vidal blanc, Vignoles, Zweigelt[1]
No. of wineries 7

Vermont wine refers to wine made from grapes grown in the U.S. state of Vermont. The first commercial winery in Vermont, Snow Farm Winery, opened in 1997. Vermont is a very cold climate for viticulture. Vermont wineries have focused on using cold-hardy French hybrid grapes, but have been experimenting with some Vitis vinifera varieties. Some Vermont wineries produce wine made from grapes grown in other states, especially New York.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Appellation America (2007). "Vermont: Appellation Description". Retrieved Nov. 28, 2007.