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Vidal is a hybrid grape variety primarily grown in Canada and the northeastern United States, particularly in the areas around the Great Lakes such as the Finger Lakes AVA in New York State and Ontario's Niagara Peninsula. It was originally developed to kickstart brandy production in Canada's eastern provinces, but its thick skin, strong resistance to cold and high natural acidity made it well-suited to ice wine production. Vidal's floral and fruity aromas and caramel, butterscotch and sweet apricot flavors make it a popular choice for ice wine. Though it can make dry table wines, it is not known for its longevity.
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