The Niagara grape is a direct descendant of the Concord grape. Origins of the Niagara go back to 1868 when C.L. Hoag and B.W. Clark of Niagara County, NY., fertilized Concord grape seed with the white Cassady grape. Noted for their handsome appearance, Niagaras are also characterized by their pleasant aroma, which echoes the unique sweet-to-tart flavor of their juice. Niagara grapes were first sold commercially in 1882. (Courtesy of Welch's)
Nestled among the rolling hillsides of the Missouri River in a setting reminiscent of Germany's Rhine Valley, is the little town of Hermann, Missouri and the Stone Hill Winery. In addition to its wine selections, this historic winery produces non-alcoholic products as well. Its sparkling white juice is a delightful blend of Niagara and Catawba grapes. Let it linger on your tongue and you will discover a unique blessing from America's heartland!
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NASCAR racing fans will recognize the name of Richard Childress, team owner. But that's just the start. His Childress Vineyards in Lexington, North Carolina is home to award-winning products as well as the Richard Childress Racing Museum. Take a taste of the vineyard's Sparkling White Grape Juice, a delightful combination of Chardonnay and Niagara grapes!
Missouri's St. James Winery takes the rich flavor of 100% pure white Niagara grapes, skips the added sugar, but adds a touch of sparkle to create a festive taste sensation for any special occasion.
The Royal Kedem Winery, located in New York's Hudson River Valley, dominates the kosher sparkling juice market. Its gourmet juices include single varietals like Merlot, Catawba and Concord as well as blends. Perhaps its most exotic blend to date is its understated "White" sparkling grape juice, a delightful blend of Chenin Blanc, Thompson, Elvira, Catawba, and Niagara grapes.
New York's beautiful and historic Hudson River Valley is home to the Kedem Winery -- the dominant producer of kosher grape juices. Kedem's Sparkling RosÚ, is one of three premium products featuring wine varietal grapes. The RosÚ blends Vincent grapes with two American heritage grapes -- Niagara and Concord. The word Kedem is Yiddish for "renew our days as before."
The Royal Kedem Winery, is located in New York's Hudson River Valley. It's Kedem brand dominates the kosher sparkling juice market. Owned and operated by the Herzog family who fled Nazi Germany, the word Kedem is Yiddish for "renew our days as before." Kedem's Sparkling Blush comes from New York Concord, Niagara, and Catawba grapes.
Calling this cider simply "Harvest Crush" is like calling your Jaguar a nice little car! Get a grip! This is a meticulous blend of gourmet apples and Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, and Niagara grape juices! Bottled in wine-style glass, the taste of this cider shouts "conniseur, fancy food, no competition," and other superlatives. Hey, don't take our word for it. We are just trying to repeat what our taste buds keep saying.
AWARD WINNER: Silver Award, 2010 Florida International Grape Juice Competition
AWARD WINNER: Silver Award, 2010 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
AWARD WINNER: Silver Award, 2010 West Coast Wine Competition
AWARD WINNER: Silver Award, 2011 Florida International Grape Juice Competition
AWARD WINNER: Bronze Award, 2012 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
AWARD WINNER: Bronze Award, 2012 Florida International Grape Juice Competition
Iowa's first producer of non-alcoholic sparkling grape juice is Moon Valley Vineyards. Using Edelweiss, Catawba, and Niagara grapes to produce its "Celebration" blend, this 12-acre vineyard uses all its grapes in the production of non-alcoholic products. No sugar, water, or flavorings are used to produce the light, crisp flavor.
Have you heard about the blonde who mixed Sauvignon Blanc and Niagara grape juice with carbonated apple cider and ended up with Bubbly Blonde? True story! It was the folks at Canada's Cider Keg. Now you can enjoy this wonderful blend -- no joke!
What happens when you mix ripe Canadian apples with Concord and Niagara grapes? The result will make you blush with pride! That's exactly what happened when The Cider Keg in Canada launched its Blush Twist. We are proud to be part of their success and share this great cider with you.