July through September from Arizona and California
We’ ve been eagerly awaiting their arrival…Champagne Grapes, also known as Black Corinth, are named for their sweet, wine-like flavor. Small and seedless, they are mouth-watering when chilled and eaten out-of-hand. You need not pull the berries from their very tender stems…just pop the whole cluster into your mouth or drape them on the edge of a champagne glass that holds a scoop of sorbet. The stems are so thin and tender that they do not detract from the 8′ s sweet flavor. Champagne Grapes are a delicious addition to a green salad with roasted walnuts and a light dressing, or a beautiful garnish for slices of roasted pork or duck breast. For breakfast with a flair, try stirring champagne grapes into yogurt for a blast of flavor and color.