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Dalmadin

Synonym for the grape variety Concord; look there.

The red grape variety comes from the United States, Synonyms include Bergerac, Bull's Seedling, Concord Crni, Corin, Cornin, Dalmadin, Fehérhatu, Fekete Noah, Furmin Noir, Gorin, Gurin, Jurka, Kék Olasz, Koncord, Konkordi, Konkordia, Nyarfalevelü, Nyarlevelü, Olasz Kék, Ripadella, Ripatella, Ripertella and Ripotella. The last four synonyms refer to the previously considered independent species Ripatella, Only in 2016 was through DNA analysis in Geisenheim (Rheingau) found that this is genetically identical to the Concord. The exact origin of the variety was not until 2016 on Julius Kühn Institute (Geilweilerhof) DNA analysis determined. She comes from a cross between Catawba (Vitis labrusca x Sémillon x Vitis labrusca,

Concord - vine and leaf

The Concord was the result of a ten-year, elaborate selection. The "Father of the Concord Grape" Ephraim Wales Bull (1806-1895) sat in 1843 in the city of Concord in Massachusetts the cores of one wild grape and increased this to 22,000 cuttings, From this he chose until 1849 a single vine. Nearby was a Catawba vine, which was always suspected as a parent. He increased and selected these further. The final result was presented in 1853, about which there is even the historical photograph below. Bull then named the variety in 1854 to the nearby town of Concord. From the 1860s, she then found as "Grape of the Millions" widespread in the northeast of the United States.

Bull Ephraim Portrait and Bull with Concord Vines

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