Selma Pete is a white seedless “Thompson-type” raisin grape from the USDA-ARS, selected by Ramming and Tarailo (Okie, 2002) and named after former UC Davis viticulture specialist L. Peter Christensen. Selma Pete was selected for its early maturity, ripening approximately 14 to 21 days earlier than ‘Thompson Seedless’, making it suitable for dry-on-vine (DOV) (Fidelibus, 2021; Petrucci, 2002). Selma Pete is currently the earliest-ripening Thompson-type raisin grape grown in California. It is less productive than Fiesta, but ripens sooner, dries faster, and usually produces a higher proportion of ‘B and better’ raisins (Fidelibus et al., 2008; Fidelibus, 2021). Selma Pete berries have the highest titratable acidity of Thompson-type raisin grape varieties, and the raisins are tarter as a result (Parpinello et al., 2012).