Sable is a delicious black seedless grape with an intense sweetness and a hint of Parma Violets that makes them truly irresistible. The berries are slightly elongate and medium sized, and, although not so crunchy, have a satisfying denseness to the flesh and a skin that offers little resistance.
Sable is described by Sunworld in California as: A mid-season, medium-to-large size, black, seedless grape with a crisp sweet flavor and delicious tropical aroma.
Origin: Also known as Sugrasixteen, the variety was bred and licensed by Sunworld and released in 2003.
Grown in: Australia, South Africa, Chile, Brazil; California, Mexico; Egypt; Spain, Italy, Israel
Harvest & Availability: Sable are available in the shops as follows:
- January: South Africa
- February: South Africa
- March: South Africa, Chile
- April: Chile
- May: Chile
- June: Mexico, Egypt
- July: Egypt, Spain
- August: Spain, Italy
- September: Spain, Italy, Israel
- October: California, Brazil
- November: Brazil
- December: Brazil