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Scarlet Royal is a mid-season red-skinned table grape (Vitis vinifera L.), typically ripening in mid to late August, in the San Joaquin Valley of California. This variety produces large (1.8 lb) conical-shaped clusters that are medium to well-filled (Hashim-Buckey and Ramming). Berries are oval in shape and of similar appearance to Crimson Seedless. Natural berry size is moderate to large for table grapes, 5-7 g, and generally color well naturally. Growers may expect 1,600 19-lb boxes of fruit per acre annually (Fidelibus et al., 2018). Scarlet Royal is patented and licensed exclusively to the California Table Grape Commission.