Niagara is a light-skinned hybrid variety grown mainly in the eastern United States. It’s named after the place it was bred in 1872, and is a progeny of the Concord and Cassady varieties. Niagara is a common table grape and often used for the production of grape juice.

Most wine is produced in the Finger Lakes AVA in New York State, but also other northern U.S. regions with marginal climates such as Lake Erie, which extends to neighboring Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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