5 Unique Wine Grapes to Focus on this Fall

Breaking out of the routine with some exciting options for Autumn.

 


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Mondeuse
Once said to be the same as the Refosco of northwest Italy, and responsible for as much confusion on that front as Valdiguié caused with Gamay, Mondeuse is a variety indigenous to the Savoy region of France where it produces wines that are dark, and a bit chewy though with acids more prominent than tannin. A bit rustic, they almost epitomize the transition from summer to fall with their dark mysterious flavors and firm if medium bodied mouth feel. I always find them to be immensely enjoyable!
 

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