Cayuga White, the first of a Finger Lakes series of wine grapes for New York
Einset, John; Robinson, W.
A changing and expanding grape industry has recently brought about considerable interest in variety evaluation and improvement. This is especially true in the Northeast and Great Lakes area where relatively few pure vinifera or European varieties of grapes are grown. Increasing attention is being given to varieties that will produce premium quality dry table wines of distinctive character. This implies pleasant and characteristic aroma and flavor in wines that are an appropriate accompaniment to a meal.
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
Cayuga White; New York wine grapes
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin22