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The red grape variety (also bei Chun) is an interspecific new breed between Muscat d'Hamburg x Amurensis ( Vitis amurensis ruprecht ). The crossing of the hybrid took place in 1954 at the Northern Chinese Viticultural Institute near Beijing with the participation of German experts. Other varieties with the same parents were Beimei, Beihong and Beiquan. The late-ripening, productive vine is susceptible to both mildews but resistant to drought and frost, It produces ruby red, fresh red wines with soft tannins, The variety is mainly used for sweet dessert wines and distillation and is also called table grape used. The very successful variety is grown in China grown extensively around Beijing in the provinces of Hebei, Henan, Lianoning and Shandong in the northeast of the country. The total acreage in 2010 was around 7,000 hectares.

Source: Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012

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