grapes


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grapes

commercial table and wine grapes, or dried raisins, sultanas, currants.

grapes engorgement
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For more information about Freeze-dried Red Grapes, call Irv Dorn at 815-472-3100 or fax: 815-472-3850.
Ice wine can only be made from grapes frozen on the vine before they're harvested.
Last September, roughly 1,000 people gathered for a grape battle in the village of Binissalem on the Spanish island of Mallorca (may-YOR-ka).
Less than ten years ago, 80% of the wine grapes grown in South Africa were white; today, they constitute just 55%, a shift that reflects increased market demand for red wines.
When grocer HEB began importing grapes seven years ago, they were a novelty.
sales of certified organic wine and those made with organic grapes hit $80 million last year, rising 28 percent since 2004, according to the Organic Trade Association (OTA).
Indoors, our laboratory studies of grape chemistry focus on ways to keep grapes' healthful compounds--the ones that have captured the attention of nutrition and medical researchers worldwide--from lessening once we begin to process the grapes into juices, wines, or other products.
Each person stood by a small platform on which a grape rested.
The government accepted the basic arguments in favor of restricting the appellation to provincial grapes but foundered on the ugly issue of translating an old-regime province into modern departments and did little to enforce the laws they made.
The Biochemistry of the Grape Berry is a pioneer offering for readers - giving a focused and integrated coverage of the key biochemical and molecular aspects of grape berry development and ripening.
Tara stars in a just-released video featuring new recipes that demonstrate just how easy it is to mix grapes into everyday dishes for a boost in flavor and health.
4 AN acre of grapes makes around 15,000 glasses of wine.