Muench

$8.50

Description

American Neosho Hybrid. Perfect Flower. Drought and heat tolerance of the highest order. Post Oak lineage, producing a large 25mm berry in moderately loose clusters.  Not bothered by extreme conditions and appears to be highly disease tolerant.  Well adapted to a wide range of soil conditions.  Produces a wonderful Rose’ or a delicate free run white. Chemistry well up into the 25 brix range at 100 degrees.  Pairs well with cream sauce dishes, or grilled fish.

InformationColor: Black
Primary Use: Wine
USDA Winter Hardiness: Zone 5
Harvest Season: Late Season
Growth Habit: Trailing
Vigor: Vigorous
Sugg. Distance Between Vines: 8 ft.

Disease Issues
Black Rot: Slightly susceptible
Downy Mildew: Slightly susceptible
Powdery Mildew: Slightly susceptible
Botrytis: Slightly susceptible

Additional information

Weight 2.0 lbs
Dimensions 2 x 2 x 4 in
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1 Comment

  • Brent Johnson says:

    How are the roots for this variety? Better to graft or own root? We have Slightly alkaline, clay loam with rock underneath in north Texas.

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