Wine Grape Cultivar Performance in the Four Corners Region of New Mexico in 2010–12

@article{Lombard2013WineGC,
  title={Wine Grape Cultivar Performance in the Four Corners Region of New Mexico in 2010–12},
  author={Kevin A Lombard and B. Maier and F. J. Thomas and M. O'neill and Samuel C. Allen and Rob Heyduck},
  journal={Horttechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={699-709}
}
Commercial wine grape (Vitis sp.) production in northwestern New Mexico and the greater Four Corners region is now supported by four wineries. The challenges of growing grape vines in northwestern New Mexico include cold winter temperatures and killing spring frosts exacerbated by a semiarid climate and elevations exceeding 1700 m. Nineteen nongrafted European wine grape (Vitis vinifera) and interspecific hybrid wine grape cultivars were planted in 2007 and evaluated between 2010 and 2012… Expand
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