Wine Making Grape Vine
A vigorous grape vine that grows well in a greenhouse as well as outside against a south or south west facing wall. It is one of the easiest grapes to grow though only sets fruit outdoors after a long hot summer. In a greenhouse it sets freely producing large bunches of sweet tasting white grapes year after year.
When planting incorporate plenty of well-rotted organic matter into the planting hole. It will need some help to clamber up a tree, wall or pergola so you will need to provide some support and tie it in as it grows. Once it has developed a good framework you should shorten all the lateral shoots to within two or three buds from the main stem. It is essential that the majority of the pruning work is tackled in mid winter as the sap tends to 'bleed' at other times of the year, but you can cut back the odd over-long stem
A lovely white grape with a Citrus flavour that is sweet and juicy as an eater. As a wine grape it makes a rich wine with a fine muscat bouquet.
Fruit contains seeds
The plant is grown in a 2.5 litre pot and is approx 3ft tall