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Grapevines as Table Grapes: Tried-and-True Varieties

Unlike grapes intended for winemaking, the berries of table grapes are large and juicy-- edible as they are, 'at the table' (or, in German-- at the "Tafel" -- which has a rather lavish connotation). Here you will find the varieties recommended by FassadenGrün, chosen according to their yield and tolerance to fungal diseases. We have put together our own assortment of grapevines and sell mainly 2 varieties for home and garden which are often commercially cultivated in Germany ("Muscat Birstaler" and "Muscat Bleu" -- see below). Following sections offer you tips on planting, training, pruning, etc.. 

Table grape varieties from the garden

General Information

Tips on selecting a variety

Table grape "Birstaler Muskat"

"Birstaler Muskat"

A beloved and universal variety

Table grape "Muskat bleu"

"Muskat Bleu"

Suitable for façades

Grapevine "Regent"

"Regent"

For beginners and container gardening (potted plants)

Table grape "Palatina"

"Palatina"

Magnificent grapes!

Table grape "Königliche Esther"

"Königliche Esther"

Early ripening, crisp

Table grape "Theresa"

"Theresa"

For the warmest regions

Grapevine "Phoenix"

"Phoenix"

Particularly thin-skinned

Soviet Russian grape "Mitschurinski"

"Mitschurinski"

For the coldest regions