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It is a seedless green grape variety. It first appeared in California in the late 19th century. It is named after a viticulturist named William Thompson, who is believed to have introduced the variety. Its color, during ripening, is pale green. During the harvesting period of this variety, i.e. in the middle of summer, it has acquired a more vivid green or towards white color. The soil considered suitable can vary, as long as it has good drainage. This variety needs proper care, which our team has learned to do well over many years, ensuring very high quality.