Venus – seedless grape variety, early ripening 120 days. Bushes above average vigor. Clusters are medium, from 200 g and above, cylindrical-conical, medium density. The berries are small and medium 2-3 g, rounded, blue. Fruit is crunchy, non-slipskin, and may have soft seed vestiges. The flesh is juicy and the taste is harmonious, with a light strawberry-nutmeg aroma. The skin is not thick, separated by a “pouch”. The variety is very productive 200-250 c/ha. Berries are resistant to cracking, but in wet weather, ripe bunches can be affected by gray rot. Winter-hardy -26°C, recommended for non-cover crops. Grapes are suitable for fresh consumption, drying, making wines, juices.