Champagne Grapes

This grape is very small, sweet and bursting with flavor. Wonderful as a garnish, upon fruit and cheese trays, and in welcome and fruit baskets. There are a few varieties of grapes in under the champagne grape umbrella but the most common is the Black Coirinth, the smallest variety of seedless grapes. Not only are they seedless but the tiny stems are often quite tender and more suitable for eating than trying to pluck the tiny grapes off, one-by-one. Note: the dried form of this grape is known as the dried Zante Currant which essentially is a tiny raisin. 16xlb case