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Victoria, a new grape variety, released for multiplication and production

, : Victoria, a new grape variety, released for multiplication and production. Productia Vegetala, Horticultura 34(9): back cover

Bred at the Dragasani Viticultural Research Station from a cross between Cardinal and Afuz Ali Alb Victoria is a moderately vigorous variety which bears normal hermaphrodite flowers and large, conical fruit bunches. The large or very large elastic-skinned berries are fairly juicy and amber-yellow when ripe. They are ready a little before those of Cardinal. With a pleasant balance of sweetness and acidity, they render Victoria attractive as a dessert variety.

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