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Triomphe

Triomphe

The Triomphe d'Alsace vine is fairly vigorous and very robust, growing rapidly even in cool climates. The leaves are not deeply indented and can grow to a very large size, producing a dense canopy which has to be thinned to promote ripening and to suppress mildew. They become very tough and leathery with age, although they can be stuffed and eaten when young. The grapes are generally small and grow in a profusion of small bunches. They ripen early, and often suddenly, even in cool and damp summers, although harvest may have to be postponed as late as October. Good crops are possible at least in the Midlands and North of England, and still further north in favourable situations. However, the variety is not so robust against disease and can suffer from mildew if the autumn is exceptionally wet.

Synonyms: 

319-1 Kuhlmann
Triomphe d'Alsace

Hazards: 

can suffer from mildew if the autumn is exceptionally wet.

UK Area in production 2015: 

10.201 Hectares

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Northernmost Vineyard Growing Triomphe in UK & Eire

Latitude

Brynne Vineyard

Brixworth NN6 9UY
Phone: 07795185467
Northamptonshire
52° 19' 30.6696" N

Largest Vineyard Growing Triomphe in UK & Eire

New Hall Vineyards

Chelmsford CM3 6PN
Phone: 07792149354
Essex

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