Produces very big bunches of large round grapes, slightly dented in appearance. The fleshy pulp has a simple and crisp taste.
This variety of Chasselas has an extraordinary fragrance of Muscat as well as being fruity and juicy.
- From seed of unknown origin.
- Baron SALAMON in Sisteron, France in the 19th century.
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- conteneur de 2 litres
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