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The Cayuga Grape should be called The New York Grape. Developed by Cornell University in the 1970’s and named after the American Cayuga Indian and the beautiful Lake Cayuga, it carries many aspects attributed to the world famous New York Rieslings; floral, fruit-forward, grape, and earthly mineral. It is truly a wine with many interesting characteristics. Its goodness resembles Chardonnays and Rieslings, and is often called the Poor Man’s Riesling. - Winery
Made from the regionally developed Cayuga White grape, this semi-dry wine features a floral nose enchanced by rich fruit flavors of apricot and pineapple. - Winery
Crisp, refreshing and fruity, with a touch of sweetness and hints of peach. JEFFERSON CUP NOMINEE (cup finalist!), 2007 Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competition, Kansas City, Missouri. Delicious with Japanese and Chinese cuisine, and savory hors d'oeuvres like cheese & crackers. - Winery
Perfectly balanced with wonderful apple and pear fruit flavors. An outstanding semi-dry white wine - and a great value! The Cayuga White Grape is known as the Great White of the Finger Lakes. - Winery
A delicate semi-dry wine with a pear aroma, supple mouth feel and a light fruitiness. Great pizza or popcorn wine. - Winery
The Cayuga grape offers a fruit forward, crisp, ripe red berry flavor. A perfect sipping wine. Pairs well with light cream sauces and spicy foods. - Winery
Crisp and semi-dry with luscious floral and citrusy aromas, this wine is great with poultry and ham. The Cayuga White grape was developed especially for the Finger Lakes Region by Cornell University at the NYS Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY. - Winery
A semi-sweet wine with delicate, fruity flavors and an especially pleasant, clean aftertaste. Perfect with light foods or as a sipping wine. - Winery