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Champagne grapes are very small, about the size of a pea, and are round, growing in tightly packed clusters. The seedless berries are a dark red, deep magenta, or black and have delicate, thin skin that almost pops open when bitten. The flesh is translucent green and juicy, and the champagne vines also have medium-sized, heart-shaped green leaves. Champagne grapes are crisp, succulent, and have a sweet taste with a hint of tartness. As a dried currant, the grapes' sweetness is magnified, their size dramatically reduced, and their texture typical to that of a raisin.
What you can get from Champagne Grapes?
Champagne grapes contain some vitamin C, vitamin A, iron, calcium, and fiber.
Champagne grapes are available from late spring through early fall.