Family heirloom, originally from Georgia, cultivated by the Zurab Kukhinide family.
Large beefsteak-type fruit weighing 400 to 800 grams, swollen, more or less strongly ribbed at the top and with rounded shoulders.
Very fine skin, raspberry pink.
Dense and fleshy beef meat.
Excellent fragrant flavor with a harmonious, refreshing taste enhanced with a hint of bitterness.
Vigorous plant with great development, regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Regular production from mid-season, few fruits (+/-12) but only large ones.
Very good tolerance to both heat and cold.