Shine Muscat, called the noble of the grape, recently caused a sell-out on social media. This is a breed of green grape that has no seeds and can be eaten with the flesh on, featuring large size and crunchy texture. Shine Muscat is a fruit that is loved by both men and women of all ages for its subtle mango flavor and sweetness, as it is nicknamed "mango grape"
Korean Shine Muscat, which is competitive in terms of quality and price, has no difference in quality compared to the expensive Japanese, but it has excellent price competitiveness. Therefore, it has attracted attention from overseas high-end fruit market. The average sugar content of Shine Muscat in Korea is 18~22Bx, which is very high, satisfying the demand of sweet-loving Southeast Asian consumers.