Frank P Matthews
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This is recommended as the best white wine variety for the UK. Flavoursome fruits that juice into delicious wine.
A good hardy red grape combining heavy crops of very edible grapes with stunning autumn leaf colour.
Big sets of yellow oval fruit with muscat flavour. Thin bunches for larger fruit if needed. Resistant to mildew.
This is the modern mildew resistant outdoor blue-black eating grape of choice. Crops very well in the UK.
A very large, white grape producing a fine Muscat aroma. A heavy yielding variety. Ripens early.
A good quality hybrid table and wine grape. High yields of early ripening yellowish-green fruits. Sweet and acidity.
Large blue-black grape matures to a true black in good summers, sweet refreshing flavour. Red leaves.
Also called ‘Fragola’. Intense rich flavours with a strong hint of strawberry, very productive and easy to grow.
Seedless, bright purple-red, eating grape that crops early in autumn. Good winter hardiness even for northern gardens.
Black grape with firm juicy flesh and thin skin. Ripens late in the season and is best grown indoors.
A reliable, excellent quality sweetwater type. Large bunches of quality dessert grapes.
Popular hardy fruiting vine. Dark purple black bloomy sweet grapes. Grow on a warm sunny wall.