- Up to twice the size of Concords
- Produces up to 33 lbs. of fruit
- Good disease resistance
Big fruits, big clusters and big flavor—it 's no wonder this new introduction from Cornell University is named after the biggest mountain in the world. Everest bears large clusters of large, seedless juicy berries with a flavor similar to the famed Concord grape. Unlike the Concord grape though, Everest 's fruits are seedless and much larger—sometimes twice the size of Concords. Everest Grape 's large and productive vines produce up to 33 lbs. of fruit and exhibit moderate resistance to downy and powdery mildew. Fruits ripen in mid- to late-September. A good choice for home gardeners and pick-your-own operations. Zones 5-10.