Muscat Hamburg

Black table variety. It ripens in the second or third decade of August. It originates from England. Leaf of medium size, oblong pentagonal with deep grooves, closed green. The tips of the shoots are light pink. It starts with vegetation in the first or second decade of April. It belongs to the varieties of good lushness. The bunch is large, from 300 to 400g. oblong, forked, loose, petiole long. The grains are black-violet and large, oval in shape and medium crispy. It is an extremely tasty variety of nutmeg aroma. It is also recommended as a wine variety for the production of high quality Muscat wine. Its disadvantage is its poor storage and transport capacity.

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