Early seedless white table grape variety attractive primarily because of its unusual muscat-citrus taste, sufficiently resistant to fungal diseases and frost.
Origin: selection of seedlings with the genotype of the variety Kishmish Volodar
Flowers: hermaphroditic, self-fertile
Growing season: early, 115 - 120 days, ripens in the second half of August
Shoot vigour: strong
Clusters: very large, weight up to 1200 g, cylindrical-conical, branched, moderately dense
Berry: weight 4 - 5 g, oval to ovoid with thin skin, seedless, class III.
Pulp: fleshy, juicy
Berry color: yellow
Taste: in full maturity muscat taste with the aroma of lemon and citrus fruits
Sugar content: 76 - 88°Oe
Crop: heavy, we recommend cluster thinning to prevent overcropping
|Early||ripens in the second half of August|
|Type of variety|
|Seedless table grape||suitable for fresh consumption|