Somerset Grapes

I have planted a few varieties of hardy grapes, this one tops them all for fresh eating and ease of production. Fully hardy here in z5a. Quick to produce these early ripening, seedless little gems! Sweet and tasty, we eat them at pink, and will have to plant another few vines of this cultivar in order to have enough to allow the fruit to make it to the red stage. The vine is not overly vigorous, making it easy to train and maintain. No sign of any disease on leaves, stems or fruit, this is not the case with Reliance, which ripen slightly later but has been afflicted with anthracnose the past c

ouple years.


Very good looking grapes. Seeds? or Seedless? Great color.