Red Globe Variety

The variety was obtained by H.P. Olmo and A. Koyama at the University of Davis (California). The Emperor, Hunisa and Nocera varieties intervened in the crossing.

The red globe is also known as red balloon, fat black, thick grape.

Applications of the Red Globe table grape variety:
It is a variety of fresh, pink vine consumption.

Characteristics of the red globe grape:
Cluster: large size, medium compactness, cuneiform shape, with long peduncle. Homogeneous in color and size of the berries.

Berry: As its name indicates Red Globe (Red Balloon) has very large size grapes, globose ellipsoid shape, thick and consistent skin, purplish red color, very colorful, fleshy pulp and fruity flavor, with medium-sized seeds and globose . Easy detachment.