Chambourcin wines offer expressive herbaceous aromas, combined with excellent structure, a result of their thick skins, high tannins and good acidity. This grape is catching on in the New World, suggesting a promising future. Harvest is late-September and average yield is 4.0 to 6.0 tons per acre. Chambourcin produces solid yields, ranging in studies from 17-21 lbs/vine average. The 1852 plants will yield between 16 and 19 tons of fruit. Our calculations use 15 tons when mature.