Table grapes: what are these? Delices and Gourmandises answers you
As the wine grapes are specifically grown in order to make wines, the table grapes are the grapes that are planted to be eaten, as dessert or for cooking. Delices and Gourmandises presents you the table grapes.
Delices and Gourmandises tells you more about the table grapes
Many products proposed by Delices and Gourmandises contains grapes. Black and white ones are both used. The most common table black grape is the l’Alphonse Lavallée, recognizable by its firm and juicy pulp. It is also very used in pastry for making tart and batter puddings. The Cardinal and its round pink or purple berries, the Prima characterized by its specific crunchy round uniform-colored berries and the Muscat of Hamburg with its sweet taste and its musk aroma are the others table grapes varieties. The last one can be added to meat dishes.
Within the white table grapes varieties, the most appreciated is the Châsselas characterized by its small fruity berries. As well as it can be eaten as-is, it will also perfectly accompany delicatessen and cheeses. The Centennial and its big crunchy berries and its specific aromas is one of the best table grapes. Within the early harvested varieties the Ora and its yellow berries and the Danlas with its juicy berries can be mentioned.
Delices and Gourmandises advices for table grapes
Juicy ou crunchy, ou both, you can now choose the table grapes that you will have for dessert or use for making your dishes and pastries. You can also make some delicious juice with these fruits; have them with your morning cereals, with beaten quark cheese; and add them in your tarts. For the ones who are not very keen on cooking or who don’t have time to do so, find some products made with grapes in the Delices and Gourmandises catalog.