3,55 $ – 7,85 $
The Brianna vine is a beautiful cultivar selected in 1989 as a table grape and in 2001 as a wine grape. It is a cross developed and bred by Mr. Swenson between the Kay Gray x ES 2-12-13 grape variety and then named by Ed Swanson, Cuthills Vineyard, NE in 2002.
Brianna produces large bunches (100-250 gr.) of large, golden green grapes with seeds (4gr.) that have a slightly tropical or pineapple flavor.
This variety produces light and semi-sweet balanced white table wines with grapefruit, tropical and floral characteristics, with a pronounced pineapple nose and flavor when fully ripe.
Brianna is an early, hardy and vigorous grape variety, resistant to temperatures of -35 Celsius and mildew that reaches maturity by mid-September.
1 gallon, 3½"
August, Dormancy Jan-April, Futur, June, May
Compatible variety :
Rendement : Manual
Harvest size : 3.5 kg
Bush type : Climbing
Description of the fruit : Large bunches (100-250 gr.) of large golden green grapes with seeds (4gr.)
Fruit Flavor : A slightly tropical or pineapple taste
Fruit Weight : 4 gr.
Fruit Length :
Flowering period :
Harvest time : Mid-september
Use of the fruit : Wine, juice and fresh as table grapes
Hardiness zones : 4