Mar and Apr (from Chile) late Jul into Sept (from
Truck or Airfreight
The characteristic trait of the Muscat Grape is its sweet, musky, floral flavor. In addition to being eaten out of hand and made into raisins, true Muscat Grapes are used to make a variety of fragrant wines and dried to make Muscatel raisins. These Seedless Muscat Grapes have the same distinctive Muscat flavor without those pesky seeds. The variety from Chile that we are currently stocking is called “Mystery Seedless” …The mystery is: Why do they taste so much better than the more common grape varieties?