The jet-black to navy blue grapes have medium-thick skin with a slightly waxy finish. The translucent flesh is firm and contains 2-4 very small, underdeveloped seeds which are usually undetectable. Black Grapes are crisp, juicy, and sweet with moderate acidity and are considered a neutral tasting grape.
Black Grapes contain antioxidants, flavonoids, and vitamins A, C, and K. Black Grapes can be used in both raw and cooked applications such as boiling, sautéing, and roasting. They are most often eaten raw out-of-hand, but they are also suitable for making sauces, compotes, desserts, and jams. These grapes are sweet and can be used in pancakes, crumbles, pies, and sorbets.