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Lexington

The red grape variety is a openly bloomed Seedling of Concord, They are genes from Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera (?) contain. It was selected by the private breeder TB Miner in the USA. The name was given to Lexington Street in the city of Concord, Massachusetts, in the Ephraim Wales farmhouse Bull (1806-1895), the "father of the Concord vine" stood. The variety is called table grape used.

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