These light rosy-pink grapes are seedless and syrupy sweet with a delicate floral aroma. One of the oldest grapes grown dating back to early Greek and Roman vineyards. Like the dessert wines that are made from it, this grape is delicious in a fruit salad or on a fruit and cheese platter served with a dry white wine. Evan, cheesemonger in our Burnside store recommends pairing with a triple-crème brie.
Hailing from Chile, these grapes have a short growing season, so make sure to pick up some in Zupan’s produce department while they last!