Riesling is an old white wine grape variety originating from the region of the Rhine and Mosel, Germany. Grapes are with strong flower scents. Medium maturing variety: ripens in the first half of September. It grows well on light gravel soils of hilly terrain in cold areas. Vines have an average growth, high fertility and average yield. With good care it is given around 8000-10000 kg per hectare. Relatively resistant to cold and drought, but is susceptible to gray mold and fungal diseases. It develops noble rot and in suitable conditions in Germany are produced excellent semi-sweet wines, which are considered among the best in the world.

Cluster is small (80-100 grams) cylindrical-conical, with one wing, semi-compact to compact. Grapes are small (1.2 to 1.4 grams) spherical, often deformed, dull yellow with small dots. The skin is thin, tough. The grape inside is juicy, with a harmonious taste.

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