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Seedless Giant Concord Grape
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Concord Seedless grapes are medium to large in size, but are slightly smaller than the seeded concord variety, and are round to oval in shape, growing in loose clusters on sturdy climbing vines. The thick, crisp skin varies in color from deep blue, purple, to almost black and a powdery film, or bloom, also develops on the skin’s surface which provides a natural waterproofing and prevents cracking. Concord Seedless grapes are a slip-skin variety, meaning the skin can be easily removed from the flesh without damaging it. The translucent green flesh is juicy, soft, and almost gelatinous. Concord Seedless grapes are highly aromatic and very sweet with a unique musky flavor.
Concord Seedless grapes are available late summer to early fall.
Concord Seedless grapes, botanically classified as Vitis labrusca ‘Concord Seedless,’ grow on deciduous vines and are members of the Vitaceae family. Named after their city of origin, Concord, Massachusetts, concord grapes have been a part of American viticulture since 1843 and have wild, native, New England ancestors. Concord Seedless grapes were created from a demand for grapes without seeds and were created after the seeded concord gained in popularity. Concord Seedless grapes have a very sweet flavor that is often used in baked goods. This variety is grown on a smaller scale in comparison to the seeded concord because it is unpredictable in regards to the number of seeds that may be present or undetectable, thus not making it ideal for large-scale cultivation.