Russian origin. Purple fruit, 100 to 150 grams, plum type with an ovoid tendency, gathered in clusters of 6 units.
Variety originating from Russia.
Purple fruit, 100-150 grams, plum-like with an ovoid tendency, gathered in clusters of 6. Greyish foliage.
Sweet but complex flavour with a striking contrast of green flesh and dark skin.
Keeps well on the vine or once picked.
Grown in 2015
-Sown on 15 March
-Planted on 7 May
-Very vigorous, large stemmed plant. Grown on 2 stems.
-Height +/- 2.40 m
-Very dense foliage, horizontal habit
-Flower: 6 sepals and 6 petals
-Cluster composed of 1 to 2 bunches of 4/6 fruits
-Fruit: small size, round with a slight ovoid tendency.
-Chocolate brown colour, green shoulders.
-Depression at the weak peduncular attachment.
-Trace of umbilicus at a tiny point.
-Harvest: very good, regular and long.
-Juicy, fleshy and dense flesh. 3 lodges with lots of seeds and gel.
-Original good flavour reminiscent of "black".
Black to purple
+ or - 1.8m