This fall while on the Bucks County Wine Trail one of my fond memories of the Buckingham Valley Vineyards was the opportunity I had to experience a tasting of an oak aged dry Chambourcin wine. This delightful grape is readily becoming known as “Pennsylvania’s Zinfandel”. This versatile hybrid grape is known to hold up very well in Pennsylvania’s cooler wetter climate. Its a deep colored wine with full aromatic flavors that I plan to pair with my meal festivities this holiday. You too may want to grab yourself an “East Coast Red”. For more information about this grape that is widely becoming known as “Pennsylvania’s Zinfandel”, I enjoyed reading the Times-Tribune.com’s article: Is Breakout Grape Chambourcin Pennsylvania’s Red?
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