This variety results from the crossing between Thompson Seedless, Cardinal, and other varieties. It displays typical medium-sized, round and deep red, seedless berries. Bunches are medium to large, conical and well filled. The berries have a crisp skin, and firm, crunchy but juicy pulp, with a sweet-tart flavour. It is typically consumed fresh or dried as raisins. Flame seedless grapes usually ripen early, before Thompson Seedless. This early variety is developed by the USDA breeding program, and is a major variety in Australia.