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1[mass noun] A North American variety of grape.
- ‘A pink grape used in the production of a blush and rosé wines, Catawaba produces a medium-bodied sweet, fragrant, strawberry-like wine.’
- ‘He planted a small vineyard of the Catawba's and began producing fresh grape juice.’
- ‘It has higher sugars and lower acids than Catawba.’
- ‘Catawba, a centuries old grape variety, bursts with a bold grape taste and pink color making it an award winning grape.’
- ‘The Catawba is widely grown and made into wine down in New York State.’
- 1.1 A white wine made from the Catawba grape.
- ‘About Catawba wine, my advice is to pass.’
- ‘I was sipping a local Catawba wine the other day.’
Named after the River Catawba in North and South Carolina.
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