TOYFI is a table grape variety. The variety has been known since ancient times. It was brought to Central Asia by the Arabs from the Arabian port of Taef in the 7th-8th centuries AD. e. It has long been cultivated in the vineyards of Bukhara and Samarkand, from where it spread to other regions. By morphological and biological characteristics, it belongs to the group of oriental grape varieties.The crown of the young shoot is slightly colored, with a crimson border, covered with cobwebbed pubescence. The leaves are slightly dissected, the blades bend upwards. The axis of the escape is wine-red. The annual ripened shoot is brownish-red, the nodes are more intensely colored.The leaf is large, rounded, deeply dissected, five-lobed. The leaf blade is wavy, with raised edges. The upper side cutouts are deep, closed, with a wide-oval or ovoid lumen, sometimes open, lyre-shaped, the lower ones are of medium depth, open, lyre-shaped, with parallel sides. The petiole notch is open, lyre-shaped. The teeth at the ends of the blades are quite large, sharp-angled. The marginal teeth are triangular or with a blunted tip. The lower surface of the leaf is bare or with a weak bristly pubescence along the veins. The flower is bisexual. The cluster is large or very large (27 cm long, 19 cm wide), conical or cylindrical-conical, with highly developed lateral lobes, loose. The stem of the cluster is of medium length or long (3-7 cm), lignified at the base. The average mass of the bunch is 675 g, the maximum (in Uzbekistan) is 6.5 kg. The berry is very large (27 mm long, 19 mm wide), oblong-oval or cylindrical, with a beveled tip. Sometimes there is a shallow groove on the top of the grape berry. The weight of 100 berries is 400-800 g . Ripe berries are dark pink with a purple tinge, covered with an average waxy coating and dots. The skin is thick, bright red on the inside. The flesh is dense, fleshy-crispy, pleasant taste. The juice is colorless. There are 2-3 seeds of medium size in the berry.