What is a suitcase clone of wine grapes?

Suitcase clones are grape vines that were carried into winemaking regions from other places without being properly screened for viruses. Many were brought to Oregon and California from France in winemakers’ suitcases, but the practice is now illegal.

Chad Stock of Limited Addition Wines talks us through the practice.

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