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New England

New England (GB)
Term for the six northeastern states of the USA on or near the Atlantic coast, which were populated especially by Englishmen, Scots and Irish. these are Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, The viticulture is quite similar from the climate and the cultivated Rebsorten. The two AVA Southeastern New England and Western Connecticut Highlands share some of these states. There are often winter frosts, only on the coast prevails due to the influence of the Atlantic temperate climate. Become larger hybrids (especially white varieties) grown by the efforts of American vintner pioneer Philip wagner (1904-1996) from the 1950s on the entire east coast of North America became popular. The European varieties are dominated by the Chardonnay. From a variety of berry fruits and apples fruit wine, as mead produced.

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