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  • Brix is 68
  • Concentrate is three times the regular juice
  • Mainly used to increase alcohol and body
  • Can also be used as a sweetener and it will give your wine a nice "Grapey" taste


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Vintage Alabaster, Stone Grapes, Red,Yellow, Green

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Haute grapes

Haute grapes

March 10, 2018 - The New Indian Express

Launched in 2007, the wine has travelled a long distance and is making inroads into the global market. Recently, it collaborated with Boisset Collection to present J'NOON. Inspired by India's unique culture and beauty, this is the first collaboration...

Puglia Flourishes with Wines Made from Indigenous Grapes

Puglia Flourishes with Wines Made from Indigenous Grapes

March 5, 2018 - Wine Enthusiast Magazine

This red grape is found on the Salento peninsula. It's the principal grape in the well-known Salice Salentino Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) and widely used in the broader Salento Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT). Despite its ominous...

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Benefits of red grapes - 5 Reasons to Eat Red Grapes

5 Reasons to Eat Red Grapes In the following article we will explain 5 good reasons why you should include red grapes in your diet. Among the many benefits of eating red grapes, an antioxidant...

Health Benefits of Red Grapes

Amazing Health Benefits of Red Grapes Fruit. Health Tips, Beauty Tips and Home Remedies only on Red Grapes Fruit Health Benefits • Lutein. • Kidney disorders. •...

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Stuff Every Wine Snob Should Know

Stuff Every Wine Snob Should Know

Quirk Books. 2018

From tips for tasting at home to picking the perfect bottle for a BYOB, this how-to handbook is a must-have for wine lovers everywhere. Wine may be one of the world's oldest beverages, but it's never been a better time to pour a glass. Whether you prefer robust reds or crisp, zippy whites, you'll find lots to drink in in this pocket-sized guide packed with information, how-tos, and trivia for wine enthusiasts of every variety. Seasoned sommeliers and newbie wine fans alike will learn expert tasting techniques, which glassware to use and when, how to pair wine with food, how to build a wine collection (no fancy cellar needed!) and even how to open a bottle of wine when no one brought a corkscrew. Plus, guides to wine lingo, proper serving temperatures, and the best wines for every price...

Biology of Microorganisms on Grapes, in Must and in Wine

Biology of Microorganisms on Grapes, in Must and in Wine

Springer. 2017

The second edition of the book begins with the description of the diversity of wine-related microorganisms, followed by an outline of their primary and energy metabolism. Subsequently, important aspects of the secondary metabolism are dealt with, since these activities have an impact on wine quality and off-flavour formation. Then chapters about stimulating and inhibitory growth factors follow. This knowledge is helpful for the growth management of different microbial species. The next chapters focus on the application of the consolidated findings of molecular biology and regulation the functioning of regulatory cellular networks, leading to a better understanding of the phenotypic behaviour of the microbes in general and especially of the starter cultures as well as of stimulatory and...

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  1. I got these grapes as a gift. Upon opening the box I had no idea what I was getting…and then I opened a ziploc of a handful of grapes that say “FRESH RED GRAPES” in sharpie marker on the bag. These were not sent priority mail nor was there an ice pack with them. If someone is selling grapes I would at least expect them to come in some sort of packaging. Also, I noticed that shipping was more than the price of the grapes and way more than needed to send them. Overall, I feel the sellers took advantage. Needless to say, I will not be eating these. They are questionable.

  2. The grape and the peach both come through OK, but there is a hint of something else that I can’t quite identify. It’s not unpleasant, though not quite consistent with the grape and peach flavor that is supposed to be dominant. Looking at the label, it’s likely the pear juice that’s blended in.Though I won’t have any problem drinking the full case that we purchased, it is probably not a flavor combination I’d personally want to try again – I like a slightly “stronger” taste, and this is a bit subtle to me. It may well be just what someone else wants, however. I do think it deserves four stars, since it’s above average, and beats some store-labeled brands hands down.

  3. I was leery about buying grapes through Amazon, but these grapes arrived in good shape, sweet and seedless

  4. This ish is crack. SO. Good. It’s quite hard to believe there’s no added sugar. Topped off with a little club soda it makes an excellent spritzer; and it’s become my heart-healthier alcohol-free polyphenols-packed substitute for a glass of red wine. And much more addictive. 😉

  5. Just finished my dinner with a serving of red grapes. They are really good. Since the midwinter season of cold and snow has kept me inside I missed my fresh fruit. When they arrived quickly I was impressed. They taste just like the store bought but only better and tastier. A bit pricey but when you are craving you will spend to appease your palate. I will buy again.

  6. I prefer Welch’s to other brands and was happy to see this on sale. Fast delivery too.

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