What are Champagne Grapes?
- Champagne Grapes are super-sweet, extra-small “table grapes” — meaning they are for eating, not used to make wine. You might also see them labeled as Black Corinth Grapes or Zante Currants. Whatever you call them, they are delicious, and fun to eat!
How to Eat
- Eat fresh in bunches or serve as a garnish. Makes a wonderful addition to fruit, cheese, and cracker plates or on the rim of Champagne or beverage glasses.
- Fat free and cholesterol free.
How to Choose
- Choose clean clusters with no signs of deterioration.
How to Store
- Refrigerate up to 1 week.
When are they in season?
- July and August
Where are they grown?
- Product of U.S.A.
Roasted Champagne Grapes Ingredients 1 pound Champagne Grapes, broken into small bunches and patted dry 1/4 cup light brown sugar, depending on grapes’ sweetness Leaves from 1 sprig of rosemary Pinch of salt Steps Preheat oven to 475 degrees. On … Continue reading
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