Europeans invariably, and Americans who live in vinifera raising sections, usually, deem the vinifera flavor greatly superior.
The type of growth in vinifera is different from that of native grapes.
The plant is vigorous, productive, and as hardy as any of the primary hybrids between Labrusca and vinifera.
vinifera, the European grape, blooms shortly after Labrusca.
Through the use of resistant stocks, phylloxera is now defied in vinifera regions.
All of its characters indicate that it is a hybrid between Labrusca and vinifera.
Munson states, however, that he can see nothing in it but Labrusca and vinifera.
The early idea of many that it is a vinifera was soon dropped.
The vines are luxuriant, hardy, for a grape with vinifera blood, and healthy although slightly susceptible to mildew.
Olea europæa, Oryza sativa, Solanum tuberosum, Vitis vinifera.