Mid. (V. riparia x Concord-type) Madison, Wisconsin. Very hardy dark-skinned table and wine grape originally named and offered by Jung’s Nursery many years ago.
Minnesota grower and winemaker John Marshall recommends King of the North as the one variety for both a good table grape and a decent red “Concord style” wine. He says that it’s “very delicious particularly as a home wine.”
Produces light red sweet tasty juice. Ripens slightly later than Bluebell. Z3. (well-rooted bare-root vines)
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Grapes do not need another variety for pollination. Space 8–12' apart in rows 8–12' apart.