Adalmiina is a white grape variety recognized as minor but complex, a cold-hardy American hybrid; grown particularly in Quebec.
This is a grape variety traditionally used in blends to make restitution for its low acidity level.
Producers of the wines are Le Chat Botte, Coteau St – Paul, Domaine Mont Vezeau and Vignoble Le Nordet.
It was developed in the mid-80 by Elmer Swenson and never launched with a name. Meeri Saario from Finland had the opportunity to get it in the mid-90 and named it Adalmiina.
Adalmiina is a complicated Vitis Labrusca, Vitis Vinifera, Vitis Lincecumii and Vitis Rupestris hybrid.
In 1997, Adalmiina was inseminated by Meeri Saario with other various Swenson varieties.
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