Lucie Kuhlmann

Lucie Kuhlmann is a black hybird grown mainly in Canada.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Lucie Kuhlmann produces deeply coloured wines with a firm structure and herbaceous taste if not fully ripe.

Fresh Lucie Kuhlmann grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Lucie Kuhlmann is mainly grown in cooler climates such as Canada's Québec, Nova Scotia and Ontario, with very limited plantings in France. Vigorous and very early ripening, Lucie Kuhlmann is suited to cooler climates with short growing seasons. Lucie Kuhlmann is produced as a varietal wine by Blomidon Estate and Gaspereau Vineyards in Nova Scotia and is included in red blends by Québec's Domaine des Côtes d'Ardoises. The Lucie Kuhlmann variety pairs well with a variety of dishes, including roast lamb, grilled meats, and hard cheeses. It can also be enjoyed with a variety of vegetarian dishes.

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Fun Fact about Lucie Kuhlmann
The Lucie Kuhlmann variety was named after Lucie Kuhlmann, the daughter of a German winemaker who discovered the variety in the early 20th century.

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