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Grape Vine 'Riesling'

Vitis vinifera 'Riesling'

  • Eating / Wine Grape.
  • The classic wine grape of Germany.
  • Sweet golden yellow fruits.
  • Recommended for protected growing only.
  • Self fertile.

Supplied as a containerised vine grafted on S04 rootstock approximately 2 feet (60 cm) tall including pot.

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1 or more £15.75GBP each. Group & quantity discounts


Arguably this is the classic wine grape of Germany, producing wines of similar quality to some of the noble grapes of France (where it is also grown).

The fruits are late in ripening, making this variety suitable only for growing under protection; this is especially important if you want to allow 'noble rot' (evaporation of some of the moisture of the grapes caused by the fungal infection Botrytis cinerea) to take hold of the golden-yellow fruits and thus have a go at making your own dessert wines.

Being high in sugar, this is also an attractive and sweet eating variety.


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How To...

How To Plant, Grow & Train Grape Vines
Detailed advice on siting, planting and training grape vines - both outside and under protection. Includes basic pruning advice.

Magazine Articles

Not So Sour Grapes
An article on the basics of growing grapes written by Paul Peacock that appeared in the June 2007 issue of Grow It! magazine.

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