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You’ve probably tasted labrusca grapes without knowing it — grape jams, jellies, and soft drinks are flavoured with such varieties as Concord (red) and Niagara (white). 3. Hybrids: The crossing of two varieties of grape species. To improve the flavour of North American labrusca grapes, early viticulturists (grape growers) crossed them with more desirable Vitis vinifera varieties from Europe. The resulting offspring share the best characteristics of both parents — the sturdiness of labrusca and the more refined smell and taste of vinifera.
You can buy Beaujolais Nouveau in mid-November, but quantities are usually very limited. The exact release date of the third Thursday in November is strictly regulated by the French government. 29 30 Part I: What Is Wine? The French paradox Red wine, taken in moderation, can be beneficial to your health. The skins of grapes contain a natural compound called resveratrol (pronounced rez-VER-a-trawl). It’s a natural fungicide that develops in response to adverse conditions such as wet weather or infestation by insects and disease.
After 25 years, though, you won’t be able to get the fingers of both hands around its trunk. How grapes get sweet Grapevines rely on soil, water, and sunshine to produce leaves and fruit. The leaves absorb sunlight and by photosynthesis (the process by which the energy of sunlight is used to synthesize carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water) convert this energy into sugar — the sweet taste you experience in the berries. Photosynthesis has to do with sunlight and plant growth. The energy from sunlight creates sugar in grapes through a biochemical reaction: This is effected by the combination of water in the leaves of a grapevine and the carbon dioxide in the air around it.