Definition - What does French Hybrids mean?
French hybrids refer to a variety of grapes produced in France that are the result of cross-breeding between two grape varieties: classic European varieties with American varieties. The hybrids produce more fruit than native European grapevines. Furthermore, French hybrids have the disease resistance capacity similar to American varieties. But, the quality of the wine produced from hybrid grapes is not regarded highly in comparison to traditional wines like Chardonnay, Zinfandel, etc.
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