Niabell Table Grapes
The Niabell Table Grape variety was first developed by Harald P. Olmo in the United States in 1942. Its pedigree consisted of an inter-specific crossing between the Early Campbell and Niagara varieties. Niabells are a large blue-black seeded grape that is similar to Concord, and best grown in mild winter areas, such as our San Joaquin Valley. Over a decade after it’s creation, the Lagomarsino Family planted their first Niabell vineyard in 1956 in Tulare County. It’s continued growth in popularity coupled with quality production has made it a staple variety in our farming operation over the years. We take pride in providing a crop of quality to the consumer, and greatly appreciate your feedback.
The normal harvest season begins in late July and runs through late September, and sometimes early October. We currently have two farm locations that enable us to stretch the season a few extra weeks. This particular variety does not hold in cold storage for an extended period of time, which unfortunately only makes them available during their normal harvest season. We have two marketing companies that handle our sales, and pick daily based on their orders. We suggest that you communicate with your local market and request that they purchase early and keep a supply on hand until the end of the season. The Lagomarsino Group would like to thank you for your interest in our Niabell grapes.
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