Alphonse Lavallee grape

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Alphonse Lavallee grapes or riber

The Alphonse Lavallee grape, also called Riber in California, is a black table grape from France. More precisely, the discoverer was a gardener who crossed the varieties Bellino and Lady Downes Seeding.

This grape variety produces voluminous and beautiful dark blue grapes.

The weight of a single bunch of grapes is about 600 grams. The berries are very large (7 to 9 grams), spherical, with a thick, topping skin. The flesh of Alphonse Lavallee is crisp, fleshy, firm, sweet and very pleasant.