Medium to large, oblate, slightly ribbed, red fruits with excellent flavor: delicious, well balanced and distinctive with a very good, lingering aftertaste. Indeterminate, regular leaf vines are smallish but yield very well from 95 days. Developed over many years by the late Miles C. Labrum, a horticulturalist with University of Utah. Rescued from the brink of extinction with the help of Jillana Labrum Butler, Miles’ daughter.
Update, September 2021: This variety has now been grown to 2.004 lbs. by Charles Baca of Sandy, Utah. Follow this link for more details: