Obtained in 1981 by Albert T. Koyama and Hardnold P. Olmo at the University of California at Davis, from a crossbreed of L 12 80 (Emperor x Hunisia LI) x s45 48 (L 12 80 x Nocera).
Budburst period: medium.
Ripening period: medium-late.
Real fertility: 0,80.
Production: high, 40-50 t/Ha.
Detachment index: 1327g.
Cluster weight: 1100g.
Berry weight: 13 g.
Grape seeds: 3-4 per berry.
Sugar content: 13,4 (°Brix).
Total acidity: 4,2 (g/L).
Vegetation management: it is necessary to avoid an excessive thinning of the foliage, since the clusters are sensitive to heat.
Affinity with rootstocks: fair with 140Ruggeri, 110R and SO4. Obvious disaffinity with 1103Paulsen and Kober 5bb.
Storage aptitude: good.
Transportation resistance: very good/good.
large cone-shaped cluster, averagely compact with 1-2 wings. Large, spheroidal berry. Dark violet-red skin. Colorless pulp with a neutral flavor.
Training system and pruning:
- Training system: pergola with planting layout of 2.5 x 2 × 5 m.
- Pruning: long, 15 buds per fruiting cane, 60 buds / plant.
Sensitivity to diseases and adversities:
rather sensitive to both powdery and downy mildew; sensitive to heat stroke and sunburn due to poor foliage cover.
Clones in propagation:
Red Globe INRA- ENTAV 6012, Red Globe VCR1.