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Seyval Blanc - (Say-vahl BlahN)

French-hybrid grape so widely used to make white wines in the Eastern U.S. that it's sometimes jokingly called "Indiana (or fill in your state of preference) Chardonnay." It makes a dry, crisp white wine that's often aged in oak to enhance its otherwise rather neutral "vinous" flavor.



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