Production and sale of vine variety Shevka
Shevka is a red wine grape variety, spreaded mainly in the region of Sliven. It is best developed on skeletal soils on inclined terrains. Resistant to drought and cold. Provides regular yields on long pruning. A late variety that matures in the second half of September. Resistant to rotting. The red wines that are produced from it do not have the necessary color and acidity, but they are tasteful.
Sheet – medium, rounded, slightly cut, 5-part, doused. The surface of the brush is flat, mesh wrinkled. The outline of the middle paw forms an obtuse angle. The upper incisions are shallow, open, limbic, with a narrow opening and sharp bottom. The lower incisions are shallow, open in the form of an angle. The honeycomb is closed, the paws overlap and form a small opening with a narrow elliptical shape or almost no opening. The teeth are small, triangular, with protruding sides, transitional to domed. Nervatory to the first branch at the top and bottom is wine-red. The handle is medium, slightly mossy-bristly, light-green. Autumn leaf coloring is red.
Color – bipolar.
Grape – medium, cylindrical, semi-compact. The handle is medium length, thick, stiff and in the base it is fragile.
Grain – large, oval, blue-black, with abundant wax. The skin is thick, tough. The mossy part is juicy, dense, harmonious to taste. The stalk is medium length, thin, with a little flat bed. The scanner is medium length, red.