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Isabella, a prolific red grape, is the most widely planted today. Delaware and two white grapes, Niagara and Dutchess, are other popular labrusca varieties. The vineyard also includes French-American hybrids, such as Seyval Blanc and Couderc Noir. Vinifera grapes represent less than 20% of total plantings.

From the 1920s onwards Italian immigrants revived an interest in vinifera varieties. Those found today in significant quantities are Barbera and Bonarda for reds, and Trebbiano, Semillon, Malvasia and Muscat for whites. Merlot and Cabernet Franc are also on the increase.

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