New Grape Cultivar 'Narsha': a High Aroma Wine Grape

Title
New Grape Cultivar 'Narsha': a High Aroma Wine Grape
Author(s)
윤해근Jung Ho Noh[Jung Ho Noh]Kysun Park[Kysun Park]Youn Young Hur[Youn Young Hur]Seo Jun Park[Seo Jun Park]Sung Min Jung[Sung Min Jung]Hae Sung Hwang[Hae Sung Hwang]
Keywords
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Issue Date
201207
Publisher
AMER POMOLOGICAL SOC
Citation
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY, v.66, no.3, pp.164 - 166
Abstract
'Narsha' is a new wine grape cultivar, resulting from an interspecific (Vitis sp. X Vitis amurensis) cross. It is late-ripening and black-fruited and produces a good quality wine. Its mean date of bud break, at Suwon, Korea is 24 Apr., full bloom occurs on 4 June, and fruit maturity on 21 Sept.. The berries have an excellent taste with abundant aroma and attractive appearance. The mean weight of berries is 3.2 g and mean total soluble solids concentration is 19.9 degrees Brix. Although it is cold hardy, 'Narsha' is more suitable to a mild climate. This late-season wine grape produces wines with an attractive character with mid acidity, high tannin content, and a flavor of the parent clone 'Meoru I' (Vitis amurensis).
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/27659
ISSN
1527-3741
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