Grapes are a type of berry that grows in clusters on deciduous vines. They are commonly eaten as fresh fruit and used to make wine, juice, and dried raisins.
There are several types of grapes, the most common being red, white, and black grapes. Each variety has its unique flavor profile, texture, and color.
The seasonality of grapes can vary depending on the region and country. In general, grapes are in season during the summer and early fall months in the Northern Hemisphere, while they are in season during the summer months in the Southern Hemisphere. For example, in the United States, the peak season for grapes is from May to October, while in Australia, the peak season is from December to February.
It’s essential for us to have a network of growers in different regions to ensure a steady supply of fresh, high-quality fruit for you.
Red grapes are typically medium-sized with a round or slightly oval shape. They have a sweet, slightly tart flavor and a firm, crisp texture.
Some popular varieties of red grapes include Flame, Crimson, and Red Globe.
White grapes are typically smaller than red grapes and have a green or yellowish color. They have a sweet, juicy flavor and a tender texture. Some popular varieties of white grapes include Thompson Seedless, Niagara, and Concord.
Black grapes, also known as dark grapes, are known for their intense flavor and color. They are often used to make red wine and are also eaten as a fresh fruit. Some popular types of black grapes include Concord, Black Corinth, and Black Monukka.
*Production may vary depending on weather and crop conditions