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Palomino








(Vinifera)

Golden Chasselas, Listan

This variety seems to be grown in California under the three names
given--while in France Palomino is described as a bluish-black grape.
Palomino seems to be grown commonly in California as a table-grape and
is worth trying in eastern America. The variety received under the
name Palomino from California at the New York Experiment Station has
the following characters, agreeing closely with those set down by
Californian viticulturists:

Fruit ripens about the 20th of October, keeping qualities good;
clusters medium to large, long, single-shouldered, tapering,
loose; berries medium to small, roundish, pale greenish-yellow,
thin bloom; skin and the adhering flesh medium tender and crisp,
flesh surrounding seeds melting; flavor sweet, vinous; quality
good.





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