ArticleFoxy Concord: Finding the sweet spot with this American classicWritten by Chik BrennemanThe grape of North America, Concord has come to dominate the grape juice and jelly markets, but making a solid wine with it can require a little more care than most vinifera grapes. Chik Brenneman digs deep to come up with a solid game plan to making a worthy wine from this grape variety.Already a member? Log InYou'll Also Like Article MEMBERS ONLY Stable Sémillon Sémillon is a grape variety that is used to produce some of the great white wines of Bordeaux. Learn about what makes this grape so versatile and one that breaks the conception that white wine should be consumed young. Article MEMBERS ONLY Colombard: Crisp and versatile Despite its innocuous character, Colombard is a good choice for home winemakers, as it is easy to work with and allows for a wide scope of techniques and styles.