White Finger Grapes
The large bunches have big and firm grapes, with a pleasant and sweet taste, pale yellow colouring and a long and concave shape justifying the name.
- This very old variety of vine plant referred to by Pliny was already used in antiquity
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- conteneur de 2 litres
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