The bunches are very long (often more than 50cm) with oval grapes that are quite large with juicy flesh and thin skin.
Royal Madelein (White)
This variety of average sized bunches of round grapes is appreciated for its sweet and juicy flesh which melts in your mouth.
- Seed of unknown origin.
- MOREAU-ROBERT of Angers, France in 1845.
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- Area of plantation
- conteneur de 2 litres
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