Featuring the bright, crisp, citrusy fruit character of the Seyval grape, this wine is often compared with less grassy versions of Sauvignon Blanc.
Missouri (100% Missouri grown)
260 cases annually
Alcohol by Volume
GOLD MEDAL: 2019 Indy International Wine Competition
SILVER MEDAL: 2019 Los Angeles International Wine Competition
GOLD MEDAL: 2018 Indy International Wine Competition
SILVER MEDAL: 2018 Taster’s Guild International Wine Judging
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Seyval: (pronounce say-VAHL) A French hybrid grape variety, Seyval is the earliest grape to ripen in the vineyard – often in mid-August. Seyval was the first variety we planted in 1979 at our main vineyard in Treloar, Missouri. This variety produces many large clusters per vine that often must be thinned at veraison.
Blumenhof grows approximately 1000 Seyval vines.