Very early ripening blue grapes with a lot of juiciness and flavor. Makes an excellent red juice or wine. Its fresh eating flavor is reminiscent of boysenberries. Outstanding red and purple autumn leaves. This Agria Grape is a Hungarian variety that has been grafted onto Coudere 3309 rootstock, which increases hardiness, early ripening and disease resistance.
White seedless dessert grape of exceptional flavor. Medium berries, loose clusters, earliest ripening. Interlaken Grape makes great raisins. Zone 5-10.
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Amber grapes in loose clusters that have a high sugar and acid balance making for a high quality white wine. Apricot-like flavor. A University of Minnesota selection hardy to -36°F. La Crescent™ Grape is one of the more popular Northern varieties and includes Muscat Hamburg in its genealogy. It has high acidity and is used to produce off-dry to sweet wines, typically with apricot, peach, and citrus characteristics, and is also used for dessert and late harvest wines. Zone 3-8.
Very early variety similar to Concord, but sweeter, slightly larger, much earlier ripening with a tender skin. Very good for fresh eating, jelly, or juice. Highly productive of medium-small clusters. Disease resistant. Price Grape is the best blue table and juice grape for cool climates such as Western Washington. Hardy to -25°F.