This unusual table or dessert grape Vitis 'Champanya' has dark purple fruit in small bunches. It doesn't grow very high so can be trained on a lower trellis or fence around a vegetable or fruit garden. An added bonus is attractive red foliage in autumn.
• Pollination Group: most grapes are self-pollinating
• Uses: eating
• Harvest: February to March (early to mid season)
• Features: dark purple fruit, bright red juice, compact growth, coloured autumn foliage
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