A double biography of Rommel and Montgomery, foes in North Africa in World War II, splendidly brings both military men to life.
At its best, Rommel is a good table-grape and makes a fine white wine.
According to the above authority Rommel stopped its propagation and dissemination because of its susceptibility to fungi.
In 1900 Rommel retired from business and removed to Chamois, Missouri, where he still lives.
Rommel was placed on the grape list of the American Pomological Society fruit catalog in 1899.
Parentage, Rommel crossed with Delaware; from Munson in 1897.
A seedling of Delaware raised by Rommel of Missouri over thirty years ago.
This was the route Rommel had taken in his flight across Libya.
At its best, Rommel is a very good table grape and the authorities say makes a very fine white wine.
Bush questions the parentage as given by Rommel and thinks it more likely Catawba and Maxatawney.