Sovereign Coronation 2Sovereign Coronation 3

73 in stock

In stock for spring 2023


Limited quantities




1 year old plants in 2″x2″x4″ pots



Cultivar not covered by the Vignes Chez Soi guarantee (see warranty policy)





Non hardy variety in Quebec* (requires winter protection)




  • Very sweet taste
  • Oval berries
  • Vibrant blue-purple color
  • Hardiness Zone 5b (-25 ° C)
  • Ripens mid-season
  • Fruits preserve well for several months/Good storage potential
  • Great to be eaten fresh and use for jelly, juice and excellent for making grape pies
  • Variety very popular in the Niagara region of Ontario (can be found in grocery stores in Fall)
  • Very similar to Concord but seedless



** Although recognized as a seedless variety, like any seedless variety, seeds might occasionally appear in years when the vine has been “stressed”




  • Bred as part of the Plant Breeding Program; the project was directed by Lyall Denby
  • Cross: Black Patricia (flower) X Himrod (pollen)
  • Cross made in 1966
  • Selected in 1971
  • Released during the 1970’s
  • Origin: Agriculture Canada’s Pacific Agri-Food Research Centre in Summerland British Columbia Canada




In 2007, an estimated 2.2 million kilograms of Coronation grapes were produced in Ontario.

In 2008 they were the most abundantly grown seedless table grape in southern Ontario.



*WARNING! This grape variety is not hardy in regions which hardiness zone is above 5 (ex: 4, 3 etc…). Therefore it is imperative to protect the vine in winter (Ex: Cover with geotextile …)

No guarantee offered on non hardy varieties.


DELIVERIES 2023: orders will be sent by carrier (Canada Post or other) every Monday as of Monday, May 22, 2023 , reception is 2-3 business days later for Quebec, 4-5 business days later for the rest of Canada 


PICK UPS 2023: as of Saturday, May 20, 2023 orders will be ready for pickups by appointment only  on business days at Vignes Chez Soi during opening hours