Brianna, white grape variety bred in 1983 by Elmer Swenson of Wisconsin. A hybrid variety, and one of many related to the omnipresent Muscat, Brianna was initially used as a table grape. However, due to the vines’ vigor and hardiness in the cold, it has since been planted for wine production in the upper-Midwest states of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Nebraska. complex fruity flavor that has hints of grapefruit and pineapple. The medium-large green fruit is suitable for fresh eating or making wine or juice. This variety boasts good disease resistance, vigorous growth, and begins producing fruit at a young age.