Pamid Grapes


The Pamid Grape is very old local variety, which has been cultivated in Bulgaria since the times of the ancient Thracians. In the past it was the most widely spread variety in our country. Today its plantations are highly limited. It is also cultivated in Yugoslavia, Albania, and Turkey (around Odrin), Greece, Hungary and Romania.

The bunch is medium in size, cylindrical-conical, semi-compact to loose. The grape is small, oval, weakly attached to the stem and juicy. The skin is thin, frail, red and sometimes dark red.

Pamid is a middle-ripening variety - the vintage is around the middle of September. Its fertility is excellent. This variety is comparatively resilient to drought and does not need a particular kind of soil. Grapes with best quality are cultivated in hilly areas with light drained soils.


Translations: Pamid Vīnogas, Pamid Vynuogės, Pamid Struguri, Grožđe Pamid, Pamid Nho, Winogrona Pamid, Pamid Druiven, Pamid अंगूर, Uvas Pamid, Памид виноград, Pamid Σταφύλια, العنب Pamid, Pamid 포도, Pamid bobulí, Памид грожђа, Pamid mga ubas, Pamid葡萄, Pamid Raïms, Pamid Grozdje, Pamid bobúľ, Pamid Uva, Pamid ענבי, Pamid Vindruvor, Pamid Anggur, Pamidブドウ, Cépages Pamid, Pamid Trauben, Pamid Druer, Pamid Druer, Pamid Uvas, Памід виноград, Pamid Viinirypäleet, Памид Грозде



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