Thompson Seedless An oval-berried, pale to amber green, seedless variety of grape widely cultivated worldwide for table use and for drying as sultanas or also known as small raisins. This variety is very sweet and produces thin clusters of large berries on long bunches. This is currently the number one variety grown in Australia. Sometimes they are referred to as raisins but are most commonly called Sultana's by greengrocers and supermarkets.
Perhaps the most widely eaten grape and one of the older varieties of seedless grapes. Oblong shaped grapes, with a light green skin, very sweet and juicy with a high sugar content, with half as glucose, and half as fructose. Prefers hot dry climate free of humidity.