Wine Varietals (Vitis vinifera)
In an attempt to satisfy the demand of complex tastes, Mission Vineyards and Cultivars offers the finest of vinifera root stock in several popular varietals:
Chardonnay is a green skinned dry white wine grape that originates from the Burgundy wine region of eastern France. Chardonnay itself is neutral and tends to be medium to light bodied with notable acidic flavors from the region grown.
Gewurztraminer is a rose skinned semi-dry to sweet wine grape that originates from Alsace France. This wine is noted for its full texture, low acidity with stronefruit and spicy flavors.
Pino Grigio is a rose skinned dry white wine grape that originates from the Burgundy wine region of eastern France. Pino Grigio can have a punchy acidity with flavors of citrus, apples and honeysuckle.
Riesling is a white skinned sweet wine grape that originates from Rhine Germany. Riesling wines tend to have apple and fruit tree notes with noticeable levels of acidity.