|De 1 a 10 uds.||4,99 €/ud.||0 %|
|De 11 a 24 uds.||3,99 €/ud.||21 %|
|De 25 a 99 uds.||2,99 €/ud.||41 %|
|+100||1,99 €/ud.||61 %|
Based on published genetic analyses, this variety was produced by crossbreeding Muscat d’Alexandrie B and Frankenthal N.
There is no officially recognized synonym for this variety in France. In the European Union, Muscat de Hambourg N can officially be called by other names: Black Muscat (Cyprus), Hamburgi muskotály (Hungary), Muscat of Hamburg (Cyprus), Moschato Ambourgou (Cyprus), Moscatel de Hamburgo (Spain, Portugal), Moscatel Negro (Spain), Moscato d’Amburgo (Italy, Malta), Muscat Hamburg (Malta), Moschato Amvourgou N (Greece), Muscat de Hamburg (Romania), Muskat de Hamburg (Bulgaria), Muscat trolinger (Bulgaria), Muskat-Trollinger (Germany).
This vine variety is likewise listed in the Catalogues of other European Union member states: Germany, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Spain, Greece, Italy, Hungary, Malta, Portugal, and Romania.
Wine and table grape variety
Muscat de Hambourg N clones 202.