The bunches are large and conical. The grapes are spherical and quite large with a skin of medium thickness and a firm flesh with a slight musky flavour.
White Muscat of Alexandria
The bunches are large as are the grapes, with a thick skin. The flesh is crispy as well as juicy with a subtle muskiness.
- This ancient variety originally from Africa was introduced into France at the end of the 17th centur
- Ripeness MAR
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- Area of plantation
- conteneur de 2 litres
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