La sultanine is a white grape variety of table. It is widely cultivated in the world for the production of fresh grapes and the preparation of raisins.
The name evokes the Sultan’s vineyard.
The grapes are pleasant to consume in the fresh state since they have no seeds. The real destination is the drying of the berries. They are easy to store in a dry and easily transportable state.
The grapes are large and the berries are small in size white.
A crisp skin, firm flesh, a neutral to acid flavor.
The cluster is truncated, loose, with many secondary fins. The berries contain only atrophied pips, very small, or are totally apyrenic. The sultanine is very vigorous.