[Sca-cooks] Sca-cooks] grapes

Terry Decker t.d.decker at att.net
Fri Jul 2 05:58:50 PDT 2010

Not all wine grapes are red.  As I recall, Chardonny and Malvasia are made 
from white grapes.

Concord grapes are a North American grape and are a cultivar of Vitis 
labrusca.  Primarily used for jams, jellies and purple grape juice.


> Table grapes can be both red and white/green. The green ones are 
> definitely
> ripe. As far as I  know almost all wine grapes are red. They are all
> cultivars of the same species, just with differing amounts of sugars and 
> so
> on. I've never heard of Concord grapes.
> In the set of three links otsisto sent the first looks most like the 
> grapes
> that grow in my garden when they are immature. I have a red and a white 
> vine
> growing together and you cannot tell which bunches are which until they
> ripen.
> Angharad

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