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Muscatel








(Vinifera)

White Frontignan

This old and standard sort is rather commonly grown in some of the
grape regions of California to follow Chasselas Golden. It might be
tried with some show of success in favored grape regions in the East.
The description is compiled.

Vine of medium size, vigorous, healthy; canes strong, spreading,
reddish-brown with short internodes. Leaves of medium size, thin,
five-lobed; glabrous except on the lower sides of the well-marked
ribs where a few hairs show. Bunches long, cylindrical, regular,
compact; berries round, golden-yellow becoming amber; flavor
sweet, rich, aromatic, peculiar; quality very good. Season late
mid-season, keeps and ships well.





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