The bunches are very long (often more than 50cm) with oval grapes that are quite large with juicy flesh and thin skin.
Pied de Perdrix (white-rosy)
The bunches are small with small round grapes, not bunched up, and whose sides facing the sun, have a marked rosy colour.
- Ancient variety of the Bearn region of France.
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- conteneur de 2 litres
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