A Floating Cluster of Grapes


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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

“Grapes were brought to America from Spain in the 18th century. They come in many different colors, such as red, purple, yellow, black, blue, pink and green. Green grapes are often called “white grapes.” Another type of grape, known as the Concord grape, was cultivated in Concord, Mass. They are blue and have the ability to survive in colder climates, such as the Northeast.

Grapes are a popular fruit used to make wine and it can take 2.5 pounds to produce one bottle of wine. When left in the sun, grapes become raisins, which are simply dried grapes.”

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Source:   Reference.com

 

2 thoughts on “A Floating Cluster of Grapes”

    1. It is one of my favorite one too. For tomorrow I have selected another one just as cute. It will be last one of the series, and time to move on to another subject. Most probable, red wine and Cheddar cheese. Yum, yum, yum, yummy!

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