In production:

  • Absolutely delicious when enjoyed raw.
  • A vigorous grower, develops fruits on biennial thorny pruinose canes which become almost 2 m long and require a trellis support system.
  • Yields shiny black, extremely large, sweet, aromatic and firm berries (1.8 g–2.5 g) rich in anthocyanins and with antioxidant properties; they are larger than ‘Bristol’s’ – excellent for the fresh fruit market and for preserves. . They ripen from the second half of July.
  • Resistant to diseases (raspberry anthracnose) and cold hardy.
  • Recommended for commercial plantations and for home growers.