The latest grape variety release from the University of Minnesota. Itasca (formerly known as MN 1285) has lower acidity and high sugar levels even with compared to its parent, Frontenac Gris, says U of M grape breeder Dr. Matt Clark. That, paired with a high degree of resistance to common grape pests such as powdery mildew and the insect phylloxera, and its exceptional hardiness make this an exciting new offering!
|Hardiness||Very Hardy (-40F)|
|Shipping Height||1 ft|