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Appellations Growing Steuben Grapes

Appellations producing the most Steuben wines:

Steuben Grape Details

Mostly grown in the Eastern and Midwestern areas of the U.S., Steuben is a blue-black-skinned grape sometimes used to make mild, grapey, blush, or white wine. Often, it’s also used for juice and as a table grape. This American native labrusca, which is vigorous and hardy, resulted from a Wayne x Sheridan labrusca cross. Adapting easily to most locations, it generally ripens around the end of September.

Best-of-Appellation Wine List

See the Steuben wines that have been advanced to Best-of-Appellation™ standing for their respective regions.

Featured Steuben

Jewell Towne Vineyards 2005 Steuben Rose (New Hampshire)
Off-dry rosé with ripe fresh strawberry, pineapple and mulberry aromas.
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Galen Glen Vineyard and Winery Galah (Lehigh Valley)
Soft, smooth and lightly fruity, it’s Zin-FUN-del!!! Simply charming, uncork a bottle and turn every occasion into a Gala! Local restaurant favorite.
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