Grapes aren't just red or green. They come in a whole range of shades with plenty of flavor profiles to boot. Look for one of these varieties at a market near you from late summer into fall when grapes are at their seasonal best.
If you happen to grow your own grapes, don't forget to harvest some leaves early in the season when they're still tender and make preserved grape leaves!
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Bronx grapes are a hybrid, prized for their silken texture and flavor. They are much like the aromatic Muscat grapes, which also have a green-red hybrid coloring.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Cardinal grapes are remarkably "red" and really quite sweet. They are a cross between Red Flame (or Flame Tokay) and Ribier grapes. Cardinal grapes are large, have thick, crunchy, skins and are known for their noticeably (large) seeds.
Similarly, Emperor grapes are large, red, sweet, and seeded. They have thick skins and a mild cherry flavor.
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Concord grapes are often used for juice and jelly, but they make great table grapes, too. They are deep purple—almost black—and will stain anything they can, so consider yourself warned! Concord grapes are a deep blue-black color, large, and extremely sweet.
Concords are native to North America and part of a group of grapes known as "slip skin" grapes. The skin slips easily off the flesh, yet the flesh and seed cling tightly to one another.
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Muscat grapes range from a pale green (almost white) color to a deep, purple (almost black) color. They are often thought of as a wine grape, but they make tasty table grapes too.
Like Muscat grapes, perlette grapes are small, green, round, and have a lovely white "frost" to the skin. It is a hardy variety good in home gardens.
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Red Flame Grapes (Flame Tokay Grapes)
Red Flame Grapes are seedless, crunchy, and have a nice sweet-tart balance.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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