This variety has large bunches of round and elongated grapes with a simple flavour and fleshy taste.
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The leaves are laden with tannin, reddened by June and are used to make infusions used as a tonic for venous troubles as well as in a footbath to cure heaviness in the legs. Small to average sized, very black grapes.
It produces large, loose clusters, with fairly large, oval berries. The pulp is crunchy and pleasantly fragrant. It is also very insensitive to cryptogamic diseases.
The bunch is of average cylindrical size, with large blue-black coloured grapes that melt in your mouth.
large bunches with oval grapes without pips, thin skin, crispy and juicy flesh with a slighly musky flavour
The decorative aspect of the leaves as well as the delicate Chasselas flavour.
The average sized bunches carry large oval shaped grapes of a golden yellow colour turning rosy in the sun and with maturity. The skin is thin and the flesh melts in your mouth and is juicy.
The small bunches of average sized; black, oval grapes have a sweetly savoured fleshy pulp.
The bunches of average sized oval shaped grapes have a thin skin and a pronounced sugary taste.
The small bunches carry the round golden grapes with a thin skin and a juicy, delicately musky taste.
The bunches are average sized with matching round grapes, slightly flat at each end and very golden when mature. The flesh is firm under a thin skin with a very pronounced musky taste.
The grapes are savoury tasting, aromatic, beautifully formed, golden and mature early. This truly new variety was created by the National Institute of Agronomic Research, in France (INRA). In addition to the flavour of the grapes this variety is