Kokur White

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Kokur White

 

a wine-grape variety. It is also known as the Long or White Long. The variety is grown in the Balkan Peninsula and in Iran; in the USSR it is found mainly in the Crimea and to a small extent in Rostov Oblast. The grape is medium or large (length 17–20 mm, breadth 15–16 mm), oval, and greenish-white and yellowing. The skin is thin, the flesh juicy and runny. The variety is late-maturing. It is used in wine-making; related varieties, Kokur Red and Kokur Black, are used for table grapes.

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