Early Muscat (Osceola) Grape Vine

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A relatively little known extremely hardy grape. It ripens quite early, in July. Clusters are medium sized with small soft berries. Does not hold well on the vine and can be attacked easily by yellow jackets. Golden fruit has a distinct muscat taste when fully ripe. Lends itself to a dry white blend or muscat wine. As it becomes more widely planted, you can get the most out of this promising grape. Makes a delicious seeded table grape too!

• Grape Color – White
• Plant Habit:
Vine, requires support
• Soil: Well-drained
• Water: Once established, water occasionally; more in extreme heat.
• Harvest: Early September
• Size: height of 10–12 feet,  and a spread of around 6–10 feet at maturity
• Exposure: Sun


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