Gold Monukka Table Grape


#21

Two harvest a year? Does it always do this? That really is amazing.

Drew


#22

It starts flowering in late spring and doesn’t stop until late Fall. Typically the last bunches never ripen but this year the weather was accommodating.


#23

Are they really sweet sweet, or good sweet. Bet I can grow them in
France? They are so beautiful.


#24

Not super sweet – just right in my opinion. In the summer they ripen to a golden yellow with a “wow” kind of flavor. These did not reach that stage … they’re more akin to green “grocery store” grapes.

Definitely.


#25

Richard! They look so much more exotic than the old oval grocery green grape! Pretty grape!


#26

Borrowing from tomato terminology … I guess we could call it an indeterminate grape!


#27

Sounds like it. Remarkable! Happy New Year.


#28

I cane-pruned my plant today, setting aside a couple dozen scions for the San Diego CRFG chapters.


#29

This year the Gold Monukka is the first of our grapes to break dormancy.


#30

We noticed these fruit sets today :slight_smile:


#31

Grapes developing …


#32