Virginia Grows What?

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The five grapes marking the Old Dominion as an eclectic wine-producing state.

Bordeaux-style red blends and Viognier-based whites have helped put Virginia on the wine map as a place capable of fashioning high-quality wines. But winemakers of the commonwealth are also cultivating eccentric grapes like Pinotage and Rkatsiteli. Exotic and delectable, these wines prove Virginia is more progressive than you might think. By Andrew Hoover

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