This variety produces large bunches of big oval grapes with a firm flesh. It is also used to produce wine.
- Crossing of GLORY OF HUNGARY x ROSY CARDINAL
- The National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA) in 1964
- Ripeness MAR
- Ripeness BOR
- Ripeness PAR
- Area of plantation
- conteneur de 2 litres
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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.
This variety produces big loose bunches of golden grapes practically without pips. This grape has a highly appreciated taste and is ideal for culinary uses.
The bunches are large and the grapes, average sized and round are appreciated for their fruity flavour, their thin skin and the near total absence of pips.
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.
The short bunches carry slightly elongated and quite large grapes with a firm pulp.