Winter Grape


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Winter Grape

A wild grape. See possum grape.
References in classic literature ?
The common purple, on a low and very thorny bush; a yellow kind, of an excellent flavor, growing on a stock free from thorns; and a deep purple, of the size and taste of our winter grape, with a thorny stalk.
They are the Ohrid cherry, the Valandovo white winter grapes, the Stanusina wine, the extra virgin olive oil and the Galicnik cedar.
For example, during the winter, tomatoes from Mexico compete with Florida-grown tomatoes: however, winter grapes from Chile provide a 12-month supply of fresh grapes in the market, complementing California's late spring and summer production.