Large bunches of average sized round grapes that are sweet and juicy. This truly new variety was created by the National Institute of Agronomic Research, in France (INRA). In addition to the flavour of the grapes this variety is highly resistant to
Courtiller's Admirable Rosy
The average sized bunches carry large oval shaped grapes of a golden yellow colour turning rosy in the sun and with maturity. The skin is thin and the flesh melts in your mouth and is juicy.
- A crossing of unknown origin.
- Doctor Courtiller around 1850 in the Saumur region of France.
- Ripeness MAR
- Ripeness BOR
- Ripeness PAR
- Area of plantation
- conteneur de 2 litres
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