Steuben is spicy and sweet, with hints of honey (thus its nickname ambrosia). It is used not only as a wine grape but also as an eating grape and a jelly grape. Grape juice with a kick. That is a common description of Steuben wine, a native hybrid labrusca. Similar to the Concord grape, Steuben produces mild, grapey, red wine with a light “foxy” feel.
Steuben wines are popular as single-variety reds but more often appear as rosé or blush wines. The variety is particularly suited to the production of sweeter wines, as it retains high levels of sugar and is not very aromatic. Steuben wines are most often light, sweet and grapey, with a spicy tang. Rosé wines exhibit strawberry and raspberry notes with hints of tea leaves and cinnamon. Red wines are made in a drier style with cranberry notes and a certain tartness.
Expected Pick Date: 8/26/17 (Note: This is an estimate and can vary by 2 weeks either way)
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$1.00 per lb (1 to 99 lbs)
85¢ per lb (100 to 249 lbs)
75¢ per lb (250+ lbs)
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