Claret Vine

COMMON SYNONYM: Vitis vinifera ‘Purpurea’
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USE: Jelly,Juice,Raisin,Table,Wine
VIGOR: Hardy to -10F
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HARVEST TIMING: September
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Information from the National Grape Registry, www.ngr.ucdavis.edu

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.