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Grape | Taxonomy, Species, History, & Facts | Britannica
grape, (genus Vitis ), genus of about 60 to 80 species of vining plants in the family Vitaceae, native to the north temperate zone, including varieties that may be eaten as table fruit, dried to produce raisins, or crushed to make grape juice or wine.

Grape - Wikipedia
A grape is a fruit, botanically a berry, of the deciduous woody vines of the flowering plant genus Vitis. Grapes are a non- climacteric type of fruit, generally occurring in clusters. The cultivation of grapes began perhaps 8,000 years ago, and the fruit has been used as human food over history.

Grape Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster
grape noun ˈgrāp 1 : a smooth-skinned juicy light green or deep red to purplish black berry eaten dried or fresh as a fruit or fermented to produce wine 2 : any of numerous woody vines widely grown for their bunches of grapes 3 : grapeshot grapy ˈgrā-pē adjective More from Merriam-Webster on grape Nglish: Translation of grape for Spanish Speakers

Grapes: Health benefits, tips, and risks - Medical News Today
Grapes are a good source of fiber, potassium, and a range of vitamins and other minerals. Grapes are suitable for people with diabetes, as long as they are accounted for in the diet plan. Benefits...

Grape Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits - Verywell Fit
Grapes are an excellent source of vitamins C and K. The following nutrition information is provided by the USDA. 2 Calories: 62 Fat: 0.3g Sodium: 2mg Carbohydrates: 16g Fiber: 1g Sugars: 15g Protein : 0.6g Vitamin C: 3.68mg Vitamin K: 13.4mcg Vitamin A: 4.6mcg Carbs Most of the calories in grapes come from carbs, of which the majority are sugars.

Grape | Diseases and Pests, Description, Uses, Propagation
Grapes are the most widely produced commercial fruit crop in the world. They are often eaten fresh but are also commonly used to produce wine. Grapes can also be processed into jams, and preserves, juices, grape seed oil, grape seed extract, raisins and vinegar.

GRAPE - Uses, Side Effects, and More - WebMD
Grapes are the fruit of grapevines. Vitis vinifera and Vitis labrusca are two common grapevine species. Vitis labrusca is commonly known as Concord grape. The whole fruit, skin, leaves, and seed...

16 Fascinating Types of Grapes - Healthline
Bite-sized, sweet, and juicy, grapes are a favorite of fruit lovers around the world. They come in an abundance of colors and flavors, and some types are used differently than others. For example,...

Grapes: Health Benefits, Nutrition, Recipes and Risks - Dr. Axe
Grapes grow on grapevines with the species name Vitis vinifera and belong to the family called Vitacea. This family comprises about 60 inter-fertile wild Vitis species found throughout Asia, North America and Europe. They grow best in subtropical, Mediterranean and continental–temperate climatic conditions.

15 Types Of Grapes To Know, Eat And Drink - Food Republic
“The natural acidity of the grape provides structure, freshness and balance for the grape’s sugars. Riesling is wonderfully expressive of its site and the vintage it was grown in.” They taste great pressed into non-alcoholic juice, too. Characteristics: As a grape, this specimen runs on the sweet side, with floral undertones and high acidity. This fruit also picks up the terroir of the land, meaning if the soil has more minerals in it, the grapes reflect that.

 

 

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