It has round berries that are red to dark purple in color. Her skin is thin. Its flesh is tender with a musky flavor.
The Vidoc vine plant is a new black vat grape, resistant to mildew and powdery mildew.
Vidoc is a vigorous, fertile grape variety that requires careful trellising. It is resistant to mildew and powdery mildew but sensitive to black rot and magnesia deficiency.
The bunches are medium and compact. The berries are small to medium, of simple flavor, with a juicy pulp.
The wines obtained are robust, colorful, well balanced and with good acidity. The aromas are dominated by notes of fruits and spices.
- Issu du croisement de Régent x Muscadinia rotundifolia
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