Midnight Beauty grapes are a seedless, large, crisp and extremely sweet, grape. This grape is grown in Australia after being developed by Sun World. A distinctive early-season proprietary black seedless grape.
Red Globe was developed from the Emperor variety in 1980. This variety is very popular in Asian markets. Bunches are large, conical and well filled. The grapes bear big, pinkish-red, very large (round) plum sized berries containing large seeds. The berries are crisp and crunchy and the flavour is quite delicate with a fleshy pulp. It is a major variety in Australia.
Ralli Seedless grapes are pink medium large, round and seedless. The berries are crisp and firm, short to long elliptic and seedless with a thick, slightly tough skin, and firm crisp flesh with a neutral flavour. Bunches are medium in size, conical with a shoulder, and loose in density.
This variety results from the crossing between Thompson Seedless, Cardinal, and other varieties. It displays typical medium-sized, round and deep red, seedless berries. Bunches are medium to large, conical and well filled. The berries have a crisp skin, and firm, crunchy but juicy pulp, with a sweet-tart flavour. It is typically consumed fresh or dried as raisins. Flame seedless grapes usually ripen early, before Thompson Seedless. This early variety is developed by the USDA breeding program, and is a major variety in Australia.
Crimson Seedless grapes are bright red, large, cylindrical-oval and seedless. The berries are crisp and firm, oval and seedless with a thick, tough skin, and firm crisp flesh with a neutral flavour. Bunches are medium in size, conical with a shoulder, and well filled to slightly compact. This is a major variety grown in Australia that originated from the USDA breeding program (in 1989).
This is a large, dark purple to black, seedless variety developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) (in 1996). The berries are oval, firm, and crunchy with good sugar levels.
An oval-berried, pale to amber green, seedless variety of grape widely cultivated worldwide for table use and for drying as raisins. This variety is very sweet and produces thin clusters of large berries. Thompson Seedless is famous for its large, long bunches. This is currently the number one variety grown in Australia.
This variety is a cross between Red Globe and Menindee Seedless, two of the main varieties currently grown in Australia. The berries are large and white, and seeded with a slight muscat flavour.
Menindee Seedless grapes are light green to yellow with round, seedless sultana type berries maturing early in the season. This variety has a firm, sweet and slightly tart flesh. This is a major variety grown all over Australia.
Ohanez berries are golden green, medium to large in size, cylindrical and seeded. The berry skin is thick and tough while the pulp is firm and fleshy with a neutral flavour. Bunches are medium in size, short conical and moderately compact. Produced in the Greater Sunraysia for late season markets.
Dawn Seedless berries are golden, medium in size, oval and seedless with a tough skin that can be difficult to chew, but have a firm, dense flesh. Bunches are usually short, conical to pyramidal, very uniform and well-filled to slightly compact. Mainly produced in Western Australia, with pockets in the Greater Sunraysia region.
The berries are pale green in colour and oval in shape with a few small seeds and a relatively thick skin. This variety is also called “ladyfinger” for its unusually elongated berries. The flavour is mild and tangy. This late seeded variety is produced in the Greater Sunraysia region, and is a major export variety to Asia.