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A native American hybrid. Discovered in the James River Valley, near Richmond Virginia, in 1835. Prolific producer of small clusters of 10-15mm grapes. Highly drought tolerant, and demonstrates very good disease tolerance. Well adapted to upland alluvial soils. With proper vintification is capable of producing stunning table reds.
Primary Use: Wine
USDA Winter Hardiness: Zone 7
Harvest Season: Late Season
Growth Habit: Trailing
Sugg. Distance Between Vines: 8 ft.
Black Rot: susceptible or sensitive
Downy Mildew: susceptible or sensitive
Powdery Mildew: susceptible or sensitive
Botrytis: susceptible or sensitive
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 6 in|
We will have plenty of Nortons available around May 1. Chambourcin should be sellable about that time as well.
We are working on the 2021 crop now. Please check back with us in September.
We should have Nortons ready to ship in spring 2022
We will release the 2021’s around April 30 2022. As soon as they are available they will be posted to inventory.
Yes. We will post up availability once the new foliage hardens off.