The “Solaris” vine is one of the most popular grapes for the production of white dessert wines. Bred in Germany, it grows vigorously. Medium-sized fruit, fully ripe, almost amber. They are characterized by high sugar content. Medium-sized, cylindrical-conical clusters.
The “Bianca” grape comes from Hungary. One of the best and most valued varieties for wine production. Also appreciated in Poland for many years. It grows very strongly, has stiff, raised shoots. Medium-sized grapes, oval with numerous seeds. Green-yellow skin, when fully mature, covered with a golden blush. The taste of the fruit and the aroma of the wine are neutral, but at the same time strong and balanced.
The “Aurora” grape is from France, obtained as a result of crossing between a European and American vine. It grows quite strongly. Numerous shoots with fairly long and thick internodes. A fertile variety, very resistant to frost. The grapes are quite large and compact. Medium-sized, spherical fruit with a delicate coating, sweet and juicy. The “Aurora” grape is especially recommended for cultivation in our conditions due to its high frost resistance and resistance to diseases. Suitable for consumption and wine production.
The ‘Marechal Foch’ vine is a French-American variety. It grows strongly. Small or medium clusters. Small, spherical grapes. The skin is dark blue, easily “peels off” the flesh. Juice and pulp colored red, more intense color while late harvesting. The ‘Marechal Foch’ vine is one of the best varieties of red wine. Fully ripe fruit produces a wine with a balanced sugar and acid content and a rich aroma dominated by a cherry note.
This is a new German variety, the fruit makes a good quality red wine. Currently, it is increasingly appreciated, especially in Western European countries where it is grown organically. As for Poland, it is noticed that recently it is the most frequently planted vine (just like the Rondo variety). This grape grows moderately strongly and both its clusters and the spherical berries that make it up will be equally moderate. They will be dense and their dark blue skin will be covered with a wax coating. They will also be juicy and tasty (although it is noted that they are rarely treated as typically dessert fruit), with colorless flesh and sugar content in the must at a high level of 18% to 21%.
Odessa Muscat – a valued hybrid originating from Ukaraine, with processing application. Wines made from its fruit are of high quality. The variety has medium-sized grapes and clusters, it is quite resistant to fungal diseases. Muscat requires more fertile soils and sunny places, in return it produces a sweet, juicy muscat flesh in mid-September. The fertility of the bush is high.