‘Iniagrape-one’ (Vitis vinifera L. × Vitis vinifera L.) is a new and distinct midseason-ripening, blue–black table grape cultivar for export markets that stores well for up to three months under the proper conditions. This cultivar presents large clusters and firm large berries with seed rudiments. This cultivar was released by the Table Grape Breeding Program at La Platina Experiment Research Center of the Agricultural Research Institute (INIA). It provides a black cultivar adapted to three growing regions in Chile and fulfills a niche market for black grapes. ‘Iniagrape-one’ fills the harvest period between the current commercial black cultivars and expands the shipping period for black grapes for the Chilean harvest season. ‘Iniagrape-one’ is harvested in mid-February in the central area of Chile (Aconcagua Valley), which is 1 week after ‘Black Seedless’ and ‘Midnight Beauty’ and 3 weeks before ‘Autumn Royal’. It also ripens by the second week of January under warm and dry growing conditions such as those found in northern Chile (Elqui Valley).
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