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  • Date: 6-01-2016, 16:54
6-01-2016, 16:54

LIDIYA

Category: The local grape varieties

This sort is popular with names Pink Lidiyda, Pink Izabella and Red Izabella too.
According to P.Viala, it is selected from seeds of Labrushka V. In 1907, it was brought to the Ukraine. In 1961, the sort was brought to Tartar region from Kakhovka (Ukraine) and in 1991 to Ganja Grape-trading LTD. At the moment, about 15 bushes are planted in that vinyard. But as it is seen from scientific sources, it was brought to Azerbaijan in XIX century, and in 1912, it was taken to Russia for planting. The place of planting isn't shown.
This sort is cultivated in great majority of countries.
It grows rapidly. Flowers are self-pollinated. Clusters are tiny, of medium bigness, cylindrical, cylindrical cone shaped, winged, sometimes dense. Seed stalk is tender, gentle, easily broken. Seeds are of medium bigness, round, dark-red, brown red in the middle part, when bush is weak it grows weak red in the green background, and there is purple wax layer over it. Languid is mucous. It has strawberry taste, the quantity of sugar and acidity is in harmony. It is middle late ripening. It has got a great ability of sugar gathering. It is useful for making wines of portvein type. In Ukraine, they produce portvein Lidiya of this type.

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