Interesting grape varieties


Grapes: cultivation features, promising varieties

Grapes - the oldest plant on our planet. People have been growing it since time immemorial. The vine and its bunches served as a symbol of fertility, labor and peaceful life.

A grape bush can give the most varied forms depending on the desire of the person and the purpose of the vine. It can be raised to a great height, which means that it will decorate the wall of the house, cover the gazebos, curl arches and galleries.

To cope with these tasks, it is necessary to correctly determine the planting site, skillfully select the variety and know the biological characteristics of the grapes. No culture can beautify your garden like grapes. The decorative qualities are important, but they are not the main ones.

Grapes have excellent taste and nutritional properties. They and grape juice increase the metabolism in the human body, therefore they can be widely used as a medicinal and general strengthening product for the human body. Not only fresh grapes have healing properties.


In folk medicine its dried fruits, as well as stems and leaves, have long been used. Not many people know that a grape leaf can be successfully used in the preparation of stuffed cabbage. There is a whole science of natural wine curing diseases such as malaria, flu, bronchitis, etc.

Grapes are a very interesting plant, responsive to human care and attention. The enthusiasm of the people who cultivate this culture overcomes the obstacles of the climate.

Selecting new varieties with increased resistance to diseases and low temperatures, very early in terms of ripening of berries, reliably protecting the vine from winter frosts, amateurs grow grapes on their private plots and in central Russia, and in the more northern regions of Moscow, Leningrad, Orenburg and other regions. This is possible, in particular, due to the flexibility of the vines, which can be easily bent down and covered for the winter with earth or other covering materials.

Staying for several months in damp soil, the vine does not lose its fruitfulness. Try this with other crops, such as peach or cherry... Even if it is possible to preserve the wood, the buds will simply fall off from contact with the ground. This resistance of grapes to damping of the buds when they are sheltered is used by amateur growers everywhere where there is a risk of freezing in winter.

The main thing in growing grapes in unusual conditions for him is the choice of the variety. The variety is the key to success. The grower needs to know the characteristics of the varieties that he is going to grow on his site. The right varieties can help you avoid disappointment. In the list below you will find varieties and hybrid forms from different countries and continents, both old and new, with a very short growing season (95-125 days), fairly high winter hardiness and resistance to fungal diseases.

Donskoy agate - the variety was bred in VNIIiV named after Ya. I. Potapenko, early ripening. The bushes are vigorous. Bunches are large, conical, moderately dense, with an average weight of 500-600 g. Berries are large 25x26 mm, average weight - 6 g, dark blue, pleasant taste. The pulp is fleshy, juicy. The yield of the variety is very high and stable. Shoots ripen very well. Don agate can withstand frosts without sheltering bushes for the winter to -26 ° C, it is also resistant to fungal diseases.

Arcadia (Nastya) - a variety of early ripening with very large beautiful bunches, some of which exceed the weight of 2 kg. The berries are very large - 7-8 g, amber, original ovoid with a pointed tip. Their taste is pleasant. When fully ripe, a light nutmeg aroma appears on the palate. The sugar content of the juice is up to 22%. Resistance to frost down to -24 ° C. According to the sum of economically valuable traits, the Arcadia variety is included in the top ten varieties. It far surpasses the best imported grape varieties in marketability and taste.


Bulgaria resilient - Bulgarian table variety of early ripening. The bunches are large, 500-600 g and more. The berries are of a beautiful amber color, 26x24mm, oval-oblong, with an average weight of 7-8 g. The sugar content of the juice is up to 21%.

The pulp is juicy, the skin is thin. The variety is distinguished by its high gustatory qualities. There is a pleasant nutmeg tone in the taste. The variety is fruitful. Resistance to frost down to -23 ° C. The variety has complex disease resistance.

Delight is white - grade VNIIViV them. J. Potapenko, very early ripening with large clusters (500-700 g). Berry 27x24 mm with an average weight of 6-7 g, slightly oval, white with a very high sugar content, in some years - up to 26%. The harvest is preserved on the bushes without loss of marketability. Resistance to frost down to -25 ° C. The variety is distinguished by high taste and resistance to fungal diseases.

Victoria - the working name of the hybrid form of early ripening grapes. The average weight of a bunch is 500-700 g. Berry 27x22mm with an average weight of 7 g, oval-ovoid, red-raspberry, with a pleasant harmonious taste. When the berries are fully ripe, a nutmeg flavor appears. The variety is prone to crop overload, therefore it is necessary to normalize the load of bushes with inflorescences and bunches, especially in a self-rooted culture. Abundantly forms a second crop on stepchildren, which begins to ripen after the main one.

The variety is resistant to mildew, oidium, gray rot. Without shelter, it withstands frosts well down to -26 ... -27 ° C degrees, thus confirming its high winter hardiness.

Zarif - a table variety of the Central Asian selection of a very early ripening period. In the south of Russia, the variety ripens by July 20. The clusters are medium-sized, conical. The berry is medium, weighing 6 g, dark purple, round in shape. The taste is pleasant, harmonious. Withstands frosts down to -21 ° С. The variety responds well to increased doses of fertilizers, timely watering, root and foliar feeding, and at the same time has even larger clusters and berries.

Codryanka grapes

Codryanka - a variety of Moldovan selection. Belongs to table varieties of a very early ripening period. The bunches are large and very large, with an average weight of about 600-700 g, conical shape, and medium density. The berries are large, 31x21 mm, with an average weight of 6-8 g, elongated, dark purple.

The pulp is fleshy and juicy with a dense crispy skin. Very high yield. Shoots ripen well. Roots well. The crop can remain on the bushes for a long time. The variety is highly resistant to mildew, phylloxera, gray mold and powdery mildew. Winter hardiness - up to -23 ° С.

Codryanka is one of the largest commercial varieties of very early ripening. In Russia, it is the most widespread variety both in its central part and in Siberia. Tasting assessment of fresh grapes - 8.8 points.

Cardinal - table grape variety of early ripening selection of the USA, California. The clusters are large and very large, cylindrical-conical, loose, with an average weight of 600-700 g and more. The berries are very large, 30x26 mm, oval, violet-red, with an average weight of 9-10 g. The flesh is fleshy, juicy, crunchy. The taste of the grapes is very pleasant with a slightly pronounced nutmeg aroma. The sugar content of the juice is up to 19%. The tasting score of fresh grapes is very high. The Cardinal variety is very common all over the world. It is grown in France, USA, Turkey, Greece, etc. It perfectly tolerates transportation and long-term storage.

Laura - an amateur name for a hybrid form of Ukrainian selection, early ripening. Bunches broadly conical, medium density, large and very large - 800-1000 g. Berries are oval, milky white, on the sunny side with a brown tan, large and very large - 30x24 mm, weighing 7-9 g. The pulp is dense, the seeds are small. The sugar content is very high - up to 23%. The berry taste is harmonious and pleasant.

With good care and a large supply of old wood on the bushes, bunches reach a weight of more than 1.5 kg, and berries - 10-12 g or more. The variety is very productive and has high transportability. Resistant to frost (-23 ° C), mildew and gray mold. In terms of marketability, Laura is one of the best among early ripening varieties. Numerous growing experience confirms the prospects of the variety in many regions.

Pleven (Phenomenon) - a variety of Bulgarian selection. Refers to table varieties of early ripening. The clusters are large with an average weight of 450-500 g, cylindrical-conical, of moderate density. The berries are large, weighing 6-7 g, leveled, oblong, amber-yellow. The pulp is fleshy and juicy.

The variety has a fairly high frost resistance (-25 ° C) and holds the record for complex resistance to fungal diseases. The aligned bunches of Pleven have high transportability and excellent marketability, and are resistant to pea berries. The tasting score of fresh grapes is very high.

Pleven nutmeg - refers to the table varieties of the very early ripening period. Ripens 5-7 days earlier than the well-known Codryanka variety. The bunches are large with an average weight of 400-450 g, cylindrical-conical, of medium density. The berries are large, weighing 6-7 g, leveled, oblong, amber-yellow. The pulp of the berries is juicy, crunchy with a weak nutmeg aroma. With increased use of organic and mineral fertilizers larger bunches and berries are obtained. The variety deserves the widest distribution due to its high reliability and fruitfulness.

Timur grapes

Timur - the working name of the new hybrid form, obtained at VNIIViV im. Potapenko. Very early ripening. The bunches are large, 500-650 g, cylindrical-conical. The berries are large, 29x21 mm, weighing 6-8 g, oval with a pointed tip, white with an amber or slightly pink sun tan.

The flesh is crispy with a nutmeg aroma. The peel of the berries is not felt when eaten. Ripening of shoots is complete and early. The variety takes root well, begins to bear fruit in the 2-3rd year after planting. Large clusters, often with berries of 33-23 mm, are obtained under reduced load. In some years, the sugar content of berry juice exceeds 25%.

Tomaysky - a variety of selection of the Moldavian Research Institute of Life Sciences, a very early ripening period. The bunches are large, weighing 400-600 g, branched or conical, of medium density. Berries are large, 27x26 mm, with an average weight of 7-8 g, oval, red-violet, resembling the Cardinal variety in appearance and taste. The yield is high, the variety is resistant to mildew and has an increased resistance to powdery mildew and phylloxera. Winter hardiness - up to -23 ° С. The variety is appreciated for its early ripening period, excellent taste and beautiful appearance. It has good marketability and average transportability.

New Russian - Euro-Amur hybrid of selection A. Refers to varieties of a very early ripening period. The growth of the bushes is above average. The cluster is medium, conical, medium dense or loose. The berry is medium and large, round, dark pink with a very high sugar accumulation. The taste is very pleasant and harmonious. The variety is resistant to mildew and gray mold. Frost resistance is high, up to -28 oС, can be tested in a non-covering form, but it is more reliable, probably, with a light cover. A truly amateur variety. Amateur winegrowers call it "candy". Tasting assessment of fresh grapes - 9 points.

The very early elegant - table variety VNIIViV them. Potapenko, very early ripening. Bunches are large, 300-500 g and more, cylindrical-conical. Berries are large, 29x21mm, weighing 7-8 g, nipple-shaped or oval with a pointed tip, white, sunburned. The flesh of the berries is crispy, with a weak nutmeg aroma. The sugar content of the berry juice is very high, in some years it reaches 25% sugar. Frost resistance - up to -25 ° С. Resistant to mildew gray rot.

Kish-mish radiant - a variety of selection of the Moldavian Research Institute of Life Sciences, early middle ripening period. The bunches are large and very large 600-800 g, conical, branched, medium density or loose. With good care, bunches often weigh more than 1 kg. The berries are large, weighing 3.5-4.5 g, elongated-oval, beautifully colored pink with a pleasant nutmeg flavor.

The pulp is fleshy and juicy. The skin is firm. High transportability. Due to the large size of the bunches, the variety is prone to overloading the bushes with crops, therefore, it is required to reduce the load on the shoots. The variety is resistant to gray rot and powdery mildew. Radiant quiche is the best achievement in breeding seedless varieties. At the tastings, the variety usually takes the first place.

Talking about agrotechnology of grapes , it should be noted that the most important thing is that there is enough summer heat for the ripening of the berries and the ripening of the vine, and even covering the vine for the winter is a matter of technology.

In most of central Russia, the sum of active temperatures does not exceed 2400 degrees. For ultra-early varieties, the sum of active temperatures is required - 1800-2000 degrees, for early varieties - 2000-2200 and for early-middle 2200-400 degrees. But if you grow grapes near the southern walls of houses and buildings, as well as use temporary film shelters, then the amount of active temperatures can be increased by another 200 degrees.

There are varieties and cultivation technologies for the development of grapes in the north, and most importantly - a great desire of gardeners and summer residents. Perhaps, in unusual conditions for yourself, the grapes will not be of the same quality as in the south of our country, but it will be grown by your own hands, and you will surprise your friends and familiar northern grapes.

Irina Plekhanova


The best grape varieties of Georgia

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Saperavi. vineyard in the Kindzmarauli microzone.


Bazhena

Table grapes form large juicy clusters weighing up to 1.5 kg. The berries have a sweet taste and apple flavor.

Ripens in 112 days. Brings high yields. One of the most profitable varieties. Bisexual inflorescences bloom on the shoots, this guarantees a stable ovary.

It can withstand cold temperatures down to -24 ° C. However, with frequent precipitation, the skin on the fruit begins to crack.


Grape varieties

There are a lot of varieties of cultural grapes, there are about 2 thousand of them.... All grape varieties differ in fruit quality, heat requirements, ripening time, growth strength, resistance against adverse weather conditions, against pests, diseases, etc. fresh grapes from July to January-February, that is, take varieties of different ripening periods.

The variety of grapes will also depend on the availability on the personal plot walls of various locations. The early grape varieties are planted near the eastern and western walls, while the later ones are planted near the southern, southwestern and southeastern walls. Northern grape culture walls should be avoided or trellis placed above them.

When choosing varieties, one should not forget about the type of flower. Varieties with a functionally female type of flower, as already mentioned, should be planted alternating with pollinating varieties. After 1 or 2 rows of the pollinated variety, a pollinator row is planted. Below is a brief description of the varieties recommended for planting in home gardens.

Varieties for trellis grape culture

The varieties recommended for trellis culture are frost-resistant, they must be covered for the winter.

Galan- late table variety. The bushes are vigorous, high-yielding, the vine ripens well. The leaves are dark green, large, 5-lobed, folded in the form of a funnel, with a bubbly surface. The flower is bisexual. The bunches are beautiful, rather large.

Pearl Sabo- very early nutmeg variety.

Queen of the vineyards still a little widespread nutmeg variety. Beautiful bunches, large berries.

Black kishmish seedless variety, used not only fresh, but also for drying. Good for drying and White Kishmish, as well as its varieties - pink and oval, ripening a little later than White Kishmish.

Hungarian Muscat excellent quality early maturing table variety. The bushes are of medium vigor, the ripening of the shoots is good. In the 1st growing season (before ripening) it requires a lot of water, but when ripe, even a slight excess of moisture leads to cracking of the berries and their decay. The cultivar is sensitive to mildew and requires careful spraying. It is also used for potting.

Early VIR- one of the best early table varieties. Bred by M.I.Negrul and M.S. Zhuravel. The variety is fruitful, vigorous, with well-ripening shoots. The leaves are large, ovoid, light green, strongly dissected, 5-lobed, with dense bristly pubescence. The flower is bisexual. The bunches are large, cylindrical-conical or cylindrical, of medium density and dense. The berries are large, oval, yellowish-green in color. The skin is thin, the pulp is juicy, with a pleasant taste.

Chaush- occupies one of the first places among the early table varieties. Bushes are powerful, with very large beautiful leaves and well-ripening shoots. The flower is functionally feminine. Good pollinators for him are Shasla, Senso, etc. Fruiting from the 4th year after planting.

The bunches are large, cylindrical-conical, of medium density (with good pollination). The fruits are very large, oval, greenish-white with a yellow tinge.

Portugiaer-High-yielding table and wine variety. The flower is bisexual. The berries are medium-sized, round, black. Begins to bear fruit in the 3rd year. Suitable for making juices. The quality of berries increases on light clayey and sandy black soil, in places well warmed by the sun.

Alexandrian Muscat High quality late variety. The flower is bisexual. Begins to bear fruit in the 3-4th year. The berries are large, oval, golden in color, with a pleasant taste and a characteristic nutmeg aroma. They are consumed fresh, good raisins are prepared and jam is made. The bush requires careful maintenance and protection from fungal diseases.

Karaburnu a late high-quality, fairly productive white table variety. The flower is bisexual. Begins to bear fruit in the 3-4th year. Large elegant bunches and berries with crispy pulp make it indispensable for the table.

Suitable for making jam. The bunches remain hanging for a rather long time on green ridges. Resistance to fungal diseases is average.

Grape varieties for gazebos, arches and alleys

Lydia high-yielding (like Isabella) late ripening variety. The berries are consumed fresh, and sweet wines and juices are made from them. Grown against walls, it often yields 40-50 kg per bush. The variety is moisture-loving, so it is better to plant it in places where groundwater exits. Not affected by mildew and powdery mildew. Lydia can also be grown in pots.

The leaves are large, 3-lobed, light green. The flower is bisexual. It blooms a little earlier than European varieties. Clusters are small, conical, loose or of medium density. The berries are large, dark pink. In shaded areas, they do not acquire their characteristic beautiful color. The skin is detached in a pouch. The pulp is slimy with a very pleasant strawberry aroma. Fruiting from the 3rd year after planting.

Northern.

Metal- frost-resistant, undemanding to soil. Berries with a bronze shade, medium size.

Russian concord frost-resistant, high-yielding. The berries are large, red, round. The pulp is juicy, with a light strawberry flavor.

Dawn of the North high-yielding. The berries are black, medium-sized, sweet.

Northern- the variety is winter-hardy, productive, ripens earlier than non-frost-resistant varieties. Bushes vigorous, early ripening of shoots. The ability to easily store sugar makes the variety suitable for the production of sweet wines. Fruiting from the 2-3rd year after planting. The berries are small or medium, dark blue, rounded. The pulp is juicy, with a weak aroma.

Potted grape varieties

The varieties recommended for potting can also grow successfully in open ground, provided they are sheltered for the winter.

Shasla (white and pink) - high quality common variety. The berries are round, medium-sized. They are consumed fresh and give consistently high yields. The flower is bisexual. In the ground, it bears fruit since the 3rd year.

Senso- table early fruitful variety. The berries are black, large, oval in shape, beautiful, with good taste. The bush is not resistant enough against mildew. The flower is bisexual. In soil culture, it bears fruit since the 3rd year.

Madeleine Angevin very early table variety. Its negative qualities are a functionally feminine type of flower and sensitivity to mildew. Requires artificial pollination.

It is well pollinated by Chassela, Diliya, Senso and other bisexual varieties. The berries are medium-sized, white, of good taste, but have a thin skin and are damaged by flies. In the ground, it bears fruit since the 3rd year.

Malengr early very early fruitful variety. Begins to bear fruit from the 2nd year. Develops quite a few fertile stepchildren. Berries of medium size.

A brief description of some zoned and promising grape varieties suitable for cultivation in the Volga region

Kuibyshev's firstborn ripens in the second half of August. The bushes are medium-sized. The bunches are conical, dense. The berries are large, yellow-green, sunburned. The pulp is crispy and juicy. The taste is sweet, with a faint nutmeg aroma. The yield is high.

Kuibyshev early maturing- ripening very early. The bushes are medium-sized. The bunches are medium, conical, dense. The berries are whitish-green, somewhat oblong. The pulp is juicy. The taste is sweet. The variety has a high yield.

Kuibyshevsky Muscat high quality dessert variety. Ripens in the 3rd decade of August. The bush is vigorous. The bunches are medium-sized, dense, conical. The berries are large, rounded, yellow-green in color. The pulp is crispy, tender, melting. The taste is very pleasant, with a nutmeg aroma. It can be stored in refrigerated chambers for up to 1 month.

The beauty of the Volga region high quality table variety, ripens in late August or early September. The bushes are vigorous.

The bunches are large, conical, of medium density, the maximum weight is up to 1 kg. The berries are large, dark blue. The pulp is dense, juicy. The taste is harmonious, with a weak nutmeg aroma. The berries are not affected by rot, they are stored in refrigerated chambers for up to 30 days or more. The yield is high.

Samara amber- high quality table variety, early ripening. The bushes are medium-sized. The flower is bisexual. The bunch is large, broadly conical, sometimes with strongly developed lobes, very dense or of medium density. The berries are large, round, golden yellow. The skin is thin. The pulp is juicy. The taste is sweet, with a slight nutmeg aroma.

Northern blue very early ripening (2nd half of August). The bushes are medium-sized. The flower is bisexual. Bunches are broadly conical and conical in shape, dense. The berries are blue, slightly oblong in shape. The pulp is crispy, juicy, very sweet. The taste is pleasant, with a nutmeg aroma.

Caramel dessert variety. The bush is medium-sized. Ripening of shoots is satisfactory. The flower is bisexual. The bunches are large, conical, with strongly developed lateral lobes, dense. The berries are large, dark purple, almost black. The pulp is firm, juicy, with pink juice. The taste is original, with a nutmeg aroma.

Palmyra- early ripening. The flower is bisexual. The bush is medium-sized. The ripening of the vine is very good. Bunches are medium and large, conical, broadly conical and indefinite, dense. The berries are large, dark purple, almost black. The skin is very thin. The pulp is juicy, tender, with pink juice. Possesses high productivity.


An early variety of raisins. His bunches are massive, often exceeding the weight of 1.5 kg, which is very good for raisin grapes.

  • The berries are slightly elongated, almost black in color when fully ripe.
  • The taste of the berries is very decent, the flesh is gristly.
  • The skin is thin, not felt when consumed.

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Burdak variety "Dixon"

The mass of berries does not differ in its large size, but due to the large number of berries collected in one brush, its mass can reach one kilogram. The berries are finger-shaped and delight with their attractiveness. The taste of this type of grape is also excellent. The parental forms of Dixon grapes remain unknown, and it continues to grow its fan base.

The skin color has an unexpected and rather rare pinkish tint, and the pulp is distinguished by its tenderness and juicy taste.

This grape variety pleases with its excellent resistance to weather conditions, because it is not afraid of either cold or heat. Positive indicators of endurance and resistance, a description of the berries, allow you to grow the species in central Russia and get stable yields closer to the beginning of September.


8 best grape varieties

Grapes are a capricious heat-loving vine. But the tasty and healthy berries justify any growing effort. Industrial vineyards are concentrated in the south of Russia, but winegrowers successfully cultivate the culture in the Urals in protected soil conditions. Whether the first experience of growing grapes is successful depends on the correct choice of good varieties. In the Moscow region and the Middle lane, not only the winter hardiness of the variety is important, but also the ripening period of the grapes. Forms with a long growing season simply do not have time to mature and form a full-fledged brush. We offer you an overview of the best grape varieties, compiled from the reviews of experienced winegrowers and amateur gardeners.


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