Latin Name: Vitis labrusca 'Concord'
Common Names: California Grape
Growth Structure: Vining
Light Requirement: Full sun
Water Requirement: ***
Description: Niabell Concord Grapes are table grapes that are sweet and have a blue-black skin. Like other concords, they have a "slip skin" that separates easily from the flesh. They grown best in mild climates that mimic California's central valley. The Niabell grape was developed by Harld P. Olmo in 1942 as a cross of the Early Campbell and Niagara varieties.