Vitis 'Adalmiina' (early-season)
Adalmiina Grape, White Wine Grape, Yellow-geen Table Grape
- Main interest:
- green, aromatic sweet berry, excellent for eating fresh or making wine, self-fertile, very disease resistant
- full sun
- Soil humidity:
- moist soil; well drained
- Growth type:
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- USDA Hardiness:
- zone 4a: -34.5 °C (-30 °F) View Zone Map
- Mature height & width (max.):
- height: 8 ft (2.4 m) width: 8 ft (2.4 m)
- fruit production, edible garden, orchard, fence, trailing, patio, screen
Adalmiina grape (Vitis 'Adalmiina') is a vigorous and productive, self-pollinating, white wine grape cultivar. It yields high quantities of medium sized, golden green, tender grapes that are very juicy and sweet. A great table and white wine grape, which measures up to 22 °Brix, with a pH of up to 3.6. White wines made of Adalmiina are like a French Muscadet, which pairs well with seafood. They have good body and a light floral nose, with an astringent finish.
Cold hardy to zone 4a (can be grown in zone 3a, but must be covered with thick layer of snow during winter) the vine is resistant to frost, and strongly immune to disease. An early/mid-season variety, 'Adalmiina' requires 950 temperature degree-days (950 daylight hours at 10 °C) to produce mature fruits. Grapes are ready for harvest starting in early September in zone 5a. Grape clusters weight 90g in average. The fruits are prone to berry splitting during maturation.
Bred by Elmer Swenson, this wonderful golden-green table grape is a complex hybrid made of 40% Vitis labrusca, 32% Vitis vinifera, 10% Vitis riparia, 7% Vitis rupestris and 3% Vitis aestivalis. The fruit contains some seeds.
$17.99 - $46.99
Synonym(s): Vitis 'E.S. 6-16-30'
Also known as: White Table Grape, Yellow Table Grape, White Grape, Yellow Grape, Green Grape, Hardy Green Grape, Hardy yellow Grape, Green Seeded Grape, Green Seeded Table Grape, Sweet Table Grape, Early Season Grape