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Vitis Labrusca: The species of grape native to the eastern U.S. that includes the Concord and Catawba varieties.

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Foxy: A term used to describe the unique musky and grapey character of many native American labrusca grape varieties.

Vitis Vinifera: Classic European winemaking species of grape. Examples include Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay and most of the famous varieties grown around the world.

Vitis Aestivalis: A hardy grape native to North America, hybrids of Vitis aestivalis are sometimes used for winemaking, the most prominent of which is the Norton grape.

Vitis Riparia: A hardy grape native to North America, Vitis Riparia is one of the phylloxera-resistant rootstocks used with Vitis Vinifera grape varieties.

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