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1A variety of grape obtained from a wild vine native to the eastern US.
- ‘He said that those Labruscas really weren't making good wine, that using additives and preservatives the way they were wasn't the way to make good wine, and that they could and should be making better wine.’
- ‘The combined annual value of Labrusca grapes is over $33 million with yields averaging 5 tons per acre.’
- ‘I just bought some Labrusca juice from Walkers Fruit Press in New York State.’
- 1.1 A wine made from the Labrusca grape.
- ‘The trail is home to native Labruscas, French-American and European style wines.’
- ‘Over the past four decades, a significant number of small vineyards and wineries have begun growing and crafting premium quality wines in the region, producing wines for all tastes ranging from native Labruscas and French-American wines, to European-style Chardonnays and Rieslings.’
- ‘These wines include the fruity native Labruscas and exquisite French-American wines to European-style Chardonnays and Rieslings.’
- ‘I have two sorts under this name, one probably genuine, the other a good pink dessert Labrusca.’
- ‘In the early years efforts were naturally concentrated on Labruscas.’
From Latin labrusca, denoting a wild vine.
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