‘Hall’ is a self-fertile bronze-colored muscadine grape (Vitis rotundifolia Michx.) that is being released by the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. ‘Hall’ produces good yields of medium- to large-sized berries with excellent taste suitable for the fresh market. ‘Hall’ berries have exceptionally low levels of pedicel scar splits and tears, leading to a high percentage of usable berries. ‘Hall’ has an early harvest date with an average first pick of 31 July in Tifton, GA. Berry color of ‘Hall’ is noticeably brighter and more yellow than most bronze cultivars. ‘Hall’ is recommended as a self-fertile bronze muscadine for early fresh-market sales.
Poling, B., Mainland, C., Bland, W., Cline, B. & Sorenson, K. 2003 Muscadine grape production guide. N.C. State Ext. Serv. Bul. AG-94