Table/Juice/Ornamental

Bluebell

COMMON SYNONYM: Minn.158, Minnesota 158
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: A. Wilcox
PEDIGREE: Beta x unknown variety of Eastern U.S. (labrusca)
USE: Jelly,Juice,Table
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Bluebell is a Concord-like variety that is winter hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit. A blue seeded table grape that is used for red juice, jams and jellies. Ripens 2-3 weeks earlier than the Concord variety.

Canadice

COMMON SYNONYM: Canadice Seedless, NY 45625
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (labrusca; vinifera)
BREEDER: R.M. Pool, J.P. Watson, K.H. Kimball, J. Einset
PEDIGREE: Bath x Himrod
USE: Wine, table, juice, jelly
VIGOR: Moderate
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED: 02

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OTHER INFORMATION: This variety produces medium clusters with small, sweet red seedless grapes. Canadice is winter hardy up to -20 Fahrenheit. Susceptible to black rot, downy mildew and botrytis. Often used for jams and jellies.

Chasselas Cioutat

COMMON SYNONYM: Chasselas Ciotat
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: France
SPECIES: Vitis laciniosa
BREEDER:
PEDIGREE:
USE: Table,Wine
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING:
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Chasselas Cioutat grape clusters have medium to thick skin.

Claret Vine

COMMON SYNONYM: Vitis vinifera ‘Purpurea’
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:
SPECIES:
BREEDER:
PEDIGREE:
USE: Jelly,Juice,Raisin,Table,Wine
VIGOR: Hardy to -10F
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: September
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: White leaves in spring turn to different shades of purple when clusters of its grapes ripen in the fall. The Claret grape is great for fresh eating, making jam, juice or Claret wine. Usually takes 2-3 years to bear fruit. Drought resistant once the grape is established, and a good climbing plant.

Concord

COMMON SYNONYM: Bergerac, Dalmadin, Feherhatu, Fekete Noah, Furmin noir, Gorin, Kek Olasz, Nyarlevelue, Olasz Kek
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. labrusca x V. vinifera
BREEDER: Introduced by Ephraim Bull
PEDIGREE: OP labrusca seedling x vinifera
USE: Canning,Juice,Table,Wine
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED: 9-22, 9-27, 9-29, 9-33

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OTHER INFORMATION: These grapes are tough skinned, flavorful and very aromatic – an all purpose grape used for grape jelly, juice, grape soda and candy. Used for kosher wines or as a blender for sweet wines.

Delight

COMMON SYNONYM: California 1220F21, Dilajt
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: H.P. Olmo at the University of California at Davis
PEDIGREE: Scolokertek kiralynoje x Sultanina marble
USE: Table, raisin
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Late July
CLONES OFFERED: 01A

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OTHER INFORMATION: This fruit has higher sugar and ripens a bit earlier. Flavor is a light muscat. Vines are slower to establish, but easier to handle. Grows well in coastal and areas with low chill.

Edelweiss

COMMON SYNONYM: Eidelweiss, Elmer Swenson 40, E.S. 40
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: Elmer Swenson, P. Pierquet, C. Stushnoff
PEDIGREE: Minnesota 78 (Beta x Witt) x Ontario
USE: Jelly,Juice,Table,Wine
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Early ripening, large clusters of medium-sized white sweet grapes. Winter hardy and excellent disease resistance, but may require winter protection. When fruit is harvested early, it can make a sweet white wine. Can also be used as a table grape or for juices and jellies.

Einset Seedless

COMMON SYNONYM: Einset, New York 63-878-1, NY 63.878.1
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca and vinifera)
BREEDER: B. Reisch, G.W. Remaily, R.M. Pool, J.P. Watson
PEDIGREE: Fredonia x Canner Seedless (Hunisa x Sultanina)
USE: Table
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Einset is a red seedless variety with bright red medium sized grapes. Has a strawberry jam flavor.

Emerald Seedless

COMMON SYNONYM: I7-11
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: H.P. Olmo
PEDIGREE: Emperor x Pirovano 75
USE: Table, raisin
VIGOR: Hardy
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: July
CLONES OFFERED: 02

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OTHER INFORMATION: Emerald Seedless has large, yellow/green berries that are crunchy and very flavorful.

Fiesta

COMMON SYNONYM: Fresno 18-94; F18-94
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: J.H. Weinberger and F.N. Harmon
PEDIGREE: (Calmeria x 43-13N) x [(Cardinal x Sultanina) X 43-13S]; parentage of 43-13N and 43-13S= (Red Malaga x Tifafihi Ahmer) x (Muscat of Alexandria x Sultanina)
USE: Table, raisin
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: The Fiesta variety produces high quality, meaty raisins and ripens early. It is not used as a table grape due to sensitivity to gibberellic acid.

Flame Seedless

COMMON SYNONYM: F32-137
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: J.H. Weinberger and F.N. Harmon
PEDIGREE: (Cardinal x Sultanina) x [(Red Malaga x Tifafihi Ahmer ) x (Muscat of Alexandria x Sultanina)]
USE: Table
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early season
CLONES OFFERED: 01

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OTHER INFORMATION: Produces grapes that are small, round and firm. Grape clusters are cone-like, and ripen in early July. Responds extremely well to girdling and gibberellin treatment.

Fresno Seedless

COMMON SYNONYM: Fresno 32-68
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER:
PEDIGREE:
USE: Table
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING:
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: A white grape and the most popular of all seedless table grapes. Fresno Seedless is a sibling of Flame Seedless and is a result of the cross (‘Cardinal’ x ‘Thompson Seedless’) x [(Red Malaga’ x ‘Tifafihi Ahmer’) x (‘Muscat of Alexandria’ x ‘Thompson Seedless’).

Glenora

COMMON SYNONYM: New York 35814
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (labrusca; vinifera)
BREEDER: R.M. Pool, J.P. Watson, K.H. Kimball, J. Einset
PEDIGREE: Ontario x Russian Seedless
USE: Table
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Glenora is a high-quality seedless variety that produces medium sized blue grapes with a mild taste.

Himrod

COMMON SYNONYM: Himrod Seedless, New York 15310
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca; vinifera)
BREEDER: A.B. Stout
PEDIGREE: Ontario x Sultanina
USE: Table
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED: 02

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OTHER INFORMATION: This vigorous variety produces large, loose clusters of soft, flavorful grapes. They have a juicy honey flavor. Moderate disease resistance.

Interlaken

COMMON SYNONYM: Interlaken Seedless, NY 15292
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: A.B. Stout, G.D. Oberle, R. Wellington
PEDIGREE: Ontario x Sultanina
USE: Table
VIGOR: Moderate
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early season
CLONES OFFERED: 02

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OTHER INFORMATION: Interlaken ripens early and produces clusters of small, white grapes. Mildly acidic grapes. Grows well in cool climates and in short seasons. Used for frozen fruit and raisins.

July Muscat

COMMON SYNONYM: California P 61-12
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: H.P. Olmo
PEDIGREE: Calif. 126-11 (Muscat of Alexandria x Flame Tokay) x Calif. K4-41 (Muscat Hamburg x Scolokertek kiralynoje)
USE: Table
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING:
CLONES OFFERED:

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Jupiter

COMMON SYNONYM: Ark. 1985
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: Clarksville, Arkansas. Agricultural Experiment Station Fruit Substation
PEDIGREE: Arkansas Selection 1258 (non-patented) x Arkansas Selection 1762 (non-patented)
USE: Seedless
VIGOR: Moderate
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Early maturing variety has large blue grapes growing on medium sized clusters. A great disease resistant seedless variety with a distinct muscat flavor! The leaves can be used for stuffing. Requires fungicide sprays for a good production.

Monukka

COMMON SYNONYM: Black Monukka
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USSR
SPECIES: IV. vinifera
BREEDER:
PEDIGREE:
USE: Table, raisin
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: August – September
CLONES OFFERED: 03

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OTHER INFORMATION: The vine is vigorous and productive under either spur or cane pruning. Older plantings usually carry leafroll-associated viruses, which negatively affects the “red to black” fruit color, and result in variable raisin color.

Neptune

COMMON SYNONYM: Neptune
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: James N. Moore
PEDIGREE:
USE: Table
VIGOR: Low
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: A mid-season variety with medium sized grapes on a cone-shaped cluster. Firm, tough-skinned, white seedless berries are highly resistant to cracking, are high in sugar and have a fruity flavor.

Niagra

COMMON SYNONYM: Niagra White
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Includes V. labrusca and V. vinifera
BREEDER: Originated by C.L.Hoag and B.W. Clark
PEDIGREE: Concord x Cassady
USE: Juice, Table, Wine
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED: 02

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OTHER INFORMATION: Niagara is the leading green grape grown in the United States – used as a table grape, and for juices and sweet wines.

Reliance

COMMON SYNONYM: Arkansas 1163, Reliance Seedless
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca)
BREEDER: Dr. James N. Moore
PEDIGREE: Ontario x Suffolk Red
USE: Jelly,Juice,Table,Wine
VIGOR: Moderate
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Reliance produces large clusters of round, red, medium-sized berries. A leading variety for sweet flavor with tender skin and flesh melting in texture. Fruit does not always color well, but cold hardiness is among the highest of the seedless varieties.

Schuyler

COMMON SYNONYM: New York 13920
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (labrusca; vinifera)
BREEDER: Wellington and Oberle
PEDIGREE: Zinfandel x Ontario
USE: Table
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING:
CLONES OFFERED: 03

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Suffolk Red

COMMON SYNONYM: NY 21572, Suffolk Red Seedless
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: John Einset
PEDIGREE: 1- Fredonia x Black Monukka
USE: Table
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION Suffolk Red grows medium to large, mild-flavored red grapes. Winter damage is often a problem, but grape flavor is good. Loose grape clusters.

Summer Royal

COMMON SYNONYM: B74-99
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: David Ramming and Ronald Tarailo
PEDIGREE: A69-190 x C20-149
USE: Table
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED: 01

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OTHER INFORMATION: Summer Royal clusters are medium in size, conical in shape and are slightly loose with round to grapes. Grapes are firm and have a sweet flavor. This variety resulted from the cross of seeded cultivar A69-190 and seedless cultivar C20-149.

Swenson Red

COMMON SYNONYM: Elmer Swenson 439
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca)
BREEDER: Elmer Swenson, P. Pierquet, C. Stushnoff
PEDIGREE: Minnesota #78 (Beta x Witt) x Seibel 11803
USE: Table, Wine
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Produces medium to large, firm meaty grapes in dumbell-like clusters that are red/blue in color. Winter hardy to -30 Fahrenheit, and ripens 21 to 30 days before Concord. Excellent for dessert or white wine with hints of citrus flavor.

Thompson Seedless

COMMON SYNONYM: Sultana, Sultanina
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Turkey
SPECIES: V. vinifera
BREEDER: Wellington and Oberle
PEDIGREE: Zinfandel x Ontario
USE: Wine, table, raisin, concentrate
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING:
CLONES OFFERED: 02A

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Valiant

COMMON SYNONYM: SD7121,S.D.72S15
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca)
BREEDER: R.M. Peterson
PEDIGREE: Fredonia x S.D. 9-39 (V. riparia from NE Montana)
USE: Juice,Table,Wine
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Valiant is a blue/black grape variety that is very winter hardy, surviving cold temperatures with little to no injury. The vigorous vine is very productive and bears fruit annually. Low acidity and high sugar, ripening in late August. Must have good drainage. Makes red wine, juice or jelly.

Vanessa

COMMON SYNONYM: GF 136, Vanessa Seedless, Vineland 65164
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Canada
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca)
BREEDER: K.Helen Fisher, O.A. Bradt
PEDIGREE: Seneca x New York 45910 (Bath x Interlaken Seedless)
USE: Table
VIGOR: Moderate
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: Moderately vigorous and one of the hardiest of seedless grapes. Delicious table grapes with fruity flavor.

Venus

COMMON SYNONYM: Arkansas 1196, Venus Seedless
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross (includes labrusca)
BREEDER: J.N. Moore, E. Brown
PEDIGREE: Alden x NY 46000
USE: Wine, Table, Jelly
VIGOR: High
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING: Early to Mid-season
CLONES OFFERED:

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OTHER INFORMATION: The blue/black medium clusters of Venus ripen early, growing large grapes with a mild flavor.

Vitis Nesbittiana

COMMON SYNONYM: Vitis Nesbittiana Comeaux
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Mexico (Veracruz)
SPECIES: Vitis nesbittiana Comeaux, Liana
BREEDER:
PEDIGREE: Vitaceae
USE: Table
VIGOR:
BUDBREAK:
HARVEST TIMING:
CLONES OFFERED:

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