Old heritage from the 1920s and originally from Indiana, USA.
Fruit 7 to 8 cm in diameter and 200 to 450 grams in clusters of 3 to 4 units.
Beefsteak type, often deformed and often flattened with ribbed shoulders who extends on the whole of the fruit.
A bright green color, covering amber, almost orange when the fruit becomes ripe.
Green beefsteak flesh, juicy and fleshy. Typical "green" flavor.
Good mid-season production.