A deciduous vine grown fruit producing clusters of pulpy berry fruits. Grapes are divided into black and white catergories, with black comprising of reds, red-purple, purple and blue/blacks; while white is made up of varying shades of green, amber and a translucent yellow. The berries can be round, oblong and oval and the berry trusses vary in size and shape depending on the variety. Grapevines are sensitive to location through both soil and climate, this can greatly affect the taste, scent and flavour of the grape depending on its location. The longer the fruit takens to ripen the richer the scent and flavour of the fruit. Best grown in full sun protected from full exposure, in a well-aerated, free-draining soil, not rich in nutrients. As a climber it can be trained to many landscape features, such as a pergola, post and wire frames and espalier.