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Merbein Seedless, a new cultivar intended primarily for drying, reached a composition suitable for winemaking a few days earlier than Sultana and yielded about 15% more juice under standardised conditions of crushing and pressing. Taminga. a new cultivar intended for making fragrant wines of the Traminer type, ripened about 4.5 weeks later than Traminer and gave a similar yield of juice, which was about 40% more than the yield from Sultana.

Composition and Processing Characteristics of the Fruit of two new CSIRO Grape Selections and Corresponding Standard Cultivars.

1983, Food Technology in Australia, vol 35, issue 9, month 9, pages 424-425

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