Chelois, Seibel 10878 Wine quality as a varietal is good. It has moderate color, medium body and a
soft mouth feel. It improves especially when it's blended with Baco Noir, Marechal Foch, Chambourcin or
Chelois is a good producer in the vineyard with a small to moderate vine size and crop. Chelois is
only moderately cold hardy and requirs a better than average site for long term consistant production.
It ripens early to mid October.
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