The Vidoc vine plant is a new black vat grape, resistant to mildew and powdery mildew.
This grape variety comes from the Beaujolais vineyards.
The clusters are small, quite compact and the berries are medium. This variety allows to obtain, in conditions of maceration in whole clusters, warm wines, fruity, medium colored but not very tannic. This variety also makes it possible to produce elegant fruity rosé wines like the famous Beaujolais.
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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.
This is a well-known variety whose grapes are widely commercialised. The grape bunches are quite big and loose, the grapes are oval with a musky flavour and thick skin.
The round grapes have a juicy and savoury pulp with a pronounced musky taste and golden when ripe, the grapes have a quite large bunches. This truly new variety was created by the National Institute of Agronomic Research, in France(INRA). In addition
Variety of average sized, loose bunches of oval grapes with an agreeable musky perfume.
The small bunches of average sized; black, oval grapes have a sweetly savoured fleshy pulp.