[Amur (f) x Kishmish unique (Northern x Black Kishmish)]
Author: LPH "Volga-Amur", Potapenko A.I., p. Olenye, Russia.
Winter-hardy black kishmish is a seedless grape variety of private selection. Medium ripening. The flower is bisexual. The clusters are medium, branched, broadly conical, medium dense or loose, weighing 300-500 grams.
The berries are small, round, black, fleshy and juicy, weighing about 1 gram. There are no seeds (IV class of seedlessness). The yield is average. Vigorous, vine ripening is good. Sugar content up to 25%, acidity 4-6 g / l.
The grape has & nbsp; medium or increased resistance to fungal diseases. Vine pruning is short (3-4) or medium (5-6) eyes. The grapes are used fresh, for drying and preparing wine. Good winter hardiness, increased frost resistance, about - 32 gr..