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'Chardonel' resulted from the cross, 'SeyvaT x 'Chardonnay,' made in 1953. Fruit were first observed in 1958, and the original vine was propagated in 1960 under the number NY 45010. In later testing, it was re-named GW 9 (Geneva White 9) for ease of identification in cooperatively run yield trials. The vine was initially described as vigorous and productive with large clusters.
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New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin
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New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
'Chardonel' grape; new grape variety 'Chardonel'
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