Seedless table grape variety obtained in 1964 by INRA, crossing Dattier de Beyrouth with Sultana Moscata.
Ripening period: everage.
Real fertility: good.
Cluster weight: 610g.
Berry weight: 2.5 g, sometimes 3.5 g.
Berry seeds: seedless or herbaceous residues of the seed.
Sugar content: 16,5%.
Total acidity: 4,5‰.
Transportation resistance: everage.
delicate hairy apex with young bronzed leaves. The orbicular adult leaf has five or seven lobes, with a slightly opened U-shaped petiolar sinus, often delimited by ribs. The ribs present a faint red pigmentation. The bottom page is almost hairless. The cluster is large, semi-sparse, pyramidal. The berries are seedless, medium-sized with a thick skin and simple tasting pulp.
Training system and pruning:
or a higher quality result it is necessary to intervene with appropriate green pruning, thinning of the clusters and suckering. The use of annular incision and the application of gibberellic acid can improve the size, and therefore the appearance, of the berries.
Susceptibility to diseases and adverse conditions:
susceptible to coulure and breakage of the berries.
the total absence of seeds and the good resistance to transport makes it an interesting variety.