Vine obtained by the Institute of Viticulture of Chisinau (Rep. Moldova), crossing Pobeda with Pink Kishmish and introduced in Italy by Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, which are the sole licensees.
CULTIVATED AREA IN ITALY
Bud-burst period: everage.
Ripening period: early.
Real fetility: 1,5.
Cluster weight: 500 g.
Berry weight: 5 g.
Sugar content: 15%.
Total acidity: 5‰.
Transportation resistance: low.
the bud has an open pale green apex with carminate edges. The leaf is medium-large, pentagonal, five-lobed; the upper and lower lateral sinuses have slightly overlapping lobes. The petiolar sinus is open to very open. The upper side is hairless and medium-light green coloured; the lower side is hairless and of light-green colour. The cluster is large, conical, long, often winged. The berry is seedless, medium-large, ovoid, and elongated-ovoid in shape; the colour is pinkish-red.
Training system and pruning:
vigorous vine with upright growth habit; it prefers expanded training systems such as “tendone”, “pergola” and lyre. Green pruning and sucker removal are required.
Susceptibility to diseases and adverse conditions:
variety with good resistance to downy mildew. Susceptible to phosphorous deficiency.
very interesting seedless table grape variety for fresh consumption. It has a delicately intense aromatic taste. It has a low detachment rate and therefore it easily falls apart. Administering gibberellic acid, to induce the pedicel thickening, has had positive effects.
Clones undergoing homologation procedure: