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Madeline Angevine

Madeline Angevine Wine Details

Description: A lighter Alsatian stlye wine, it is excellent with seafood and cheese. To be released Spring of 2005. Very limited quantities.

Varietal Definition
Madeleine Angevine:
Also known as Madeline Angevine or MADELEINE ANGEVINE. Cool region table grape cross used for Riesling-type white table wine production in the United Kingdom and Germany. It is a cross between Madeleine Royale and Pr├ęcoce de Malingre. Not only is it a widely grown variety in its own right but has claim to fame as one of the parents of the Siegerrebe and Comtessa varieties. It grows well in cool climates and is known for producing light white wines with citrus and herb flavors.


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