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Judean black muscat grape

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Gay Scholes starts with ...
Searching for anyone who may have this grape variety and would be willing to share some cuttings or plants.
Not sure if the black muscadine grape is the same or similar. These grapes are small to medium fruit with a few pips. Skin and flesh very sweet and fruity flavour. Don't have a picture. The grapes were so beautiful we ate them all. Haha.
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Gay Scholes
Pomona Qld
11th February 2019 4:39pm
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Hi, is that the real name of the grape var ? If it is your guess of something you ate on a holiday etc, you might g search black muscat grape. If it was from a shop, you might g search commercial grapes in that country.
There are several black muscat type grapes in Australia, and prob more overseas.
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Gay Scholes says...
Bought from shop by friend. Am following up with shopowner as fruit is locally grown. Thanks
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14th February 2019 6:22pm
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Mary Valley Country Harvest says...
Gay, if they were purchased in your area, then they're likely to be from a grower in Amamoor who possibly has the only stock around of this variety. They are Judean Black Muscat. It's probable that the shop in Pomona will have them again for eating this year (or from the Mary Valley Country Harvest online market, direct sales from the grower). At this stage, no planting stock available, but possibly later in the year.
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9th January 2020 10:59am
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