Large, black. Makes a loose bunch. (Not so many to the cluster). Makes a dark, blue juice. An excellent grape to eat if allowed to fully ripen (about 2 weeks after it turns blue). If you live on the prairie or blackland, this is the grape you need. We have seen this grape do well where other varieties have failed.
A medium sized black seedless grape with tender skin and a crisp, sweet flavor. Very hardy. Good fresh or for raisins. Ripens August-September
A heavy producer of small to medium size grapes. A very popular variety for juice, jelly and wine. Shows to be tolerant to Pierce’s Disease.