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I'm about 2/3rd done reading a wonderful book: The Wild Vine by Todd Kliman.

It's about the Norton grape developed in Virginia, grown heavily in Missouri during the late 19th century, and used as the root stock to save the European wines from phylloxera. The author discusses the Norton grape with Jenni McCloud, owner and winemaker at Chrysalis Winery in Virginia.

Anyone tried her wines?
Any other good sources of wine made from the Norton grape?

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