Grab the Grapes Produce Extravaganza
Grape this (see what we did there?) – Melissa’s grapes, produced locally in California, offer an extensive varietal collection of grape flavors for you to snack on. It’s hard to pick just one flavor, so you should probably just try them all. Find all of their flavors at your local Bristol Farms!
Did somebody say Muscato? We sure did. No, not the wine (which is Moscato). But if you are into drinking Moscato, why not try and snack on these delicious seedless bunches of Black, Red, and Green. The Green Muscato grapes taste bright, crisp, and refreshingly vibrant. The Red Muscato grapes will give your more crunch, rich flavor, and hints of floral. The Black Muscato grapes can be described as jammy, smooth, and explosively juicy. Add to your favorite cheese plates, top off your salads, or just eat them right off the bunch.
Time to pop champagne…grapes right into your mouth! Champagne grapes are the caviar of the grape family. Their rich color combined with their luxurious flavor provides that tasteful pop of perfection. Snack on this tiny and seedless grape for exceptional taste. Bake inside your favorite muffins, scones, focaccia, and flatbreads.
Don’t be jelly, there’s enough for everyone. If you’re looking for plump and juicy, try the jelly drop varietal. High in antioxidants, explosively juicy, and high in flavor with notes of berries and red fruit in every taste. Replace caloric and sugary jelly spreads with this healthy alternative.
It’s like candy but without the guilt. Petite in size but big in taste, candy sweets are full of sweet flavor with crunchy texture. Add to ice cubes to fancy up your drinks or garnish on the edge of your favorite cocktail.
UPGRAPE your recipes.
You can incorporate all of these varieties into your favorite recipes an even try some new ones.
- Flatbread with roasted grapes and bleu cheese
- Grilled Chicken, Grape & Orzo Salad
- Grape Buckle
- Grape Focaccia
- Oven-Dried Grapes (for cheese tray)
- Pork with Grapes and Parsnips
- Sheet-Pan Chicken with Grapes
Comment below your with your favorite grape recipes and additions.