Seedless red table grapes
It’s characterized for a pyramidal bunch with crunchy and tasty purple red grapes. It’s a variety created at the University of Fresno in California by David Ramming and Ron Tarailo.
Harvest period from September to December.
It’s a tardy variety with an incredible intensive red color and an elegantly aromatic taste. Bunch has well developed round grapes.
Harvest period from September to December
With dark red large crunchy berries and a sweet taste,good shelf-life in cold storage.
Harvest period mid-season from August to September.
Red table grapes with seeds
It’s a table grapes resulting at the University of California in the ‘50s. It has big round grapes with bluish-pink color and few seeds (2 o 3 per grape). Pruinose peel is moderately thick. The bunch is conic or truncated cone, red, with ovoid grapes and crunchy pulp moderately sweet.
Harvest period from the end of August to December
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Curative benefits of the grapeseed
- Fight the time’s effects
They contain collagen and resveratrol, fundamental to fight the time’s effects and to reduce wrinkles.
- Purify blood
The flavonoids reinforce blood vessels and purify blood from the excess of medicines and other damaging elements.
They prove to be useful in contrasting side effects of chemotherapy, reducing the inflammations.
- Reinforce hair
They reinforce follicles facilitating blood’s circulation in blood vessels of scalp.
- Improve the sight
Thanks to E vitamin, they help to improve the sight and reduce eyes’ tiredness.
They are rich of phenolic which has a strong antioxidant action, coupled with tocopherol and proanthocyanidins.
From starter to dessert
As starter to flavour crostoni or ingredient for the preparation of risotto; grapes offer something more in kitchen: we selected three recipes, from starter to dessert, by Valentina De Palma, known for participating to transmissions on Gambero Rosso, La7 and for broadcasting “Chef in tacchi a spillo” on Telenorba.