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The Instacart guide to Champagne grapes


About Champagne grapes

The Champagne grape, which is commonly used as currants, is the name given to a specific kind of grape, the Corinth. It should not be confused with the various groups to produce wine in the Champagne region of France. This variety of grape is typically small and black, and it doesn't contain seeds. There are also both white and red varieties of the Champagne grape, but they're much less common. Champagne grape is the smallest among seedless grapes, which is one reason why they're very popular, especially for drying. 

Champagne grapes have a very sweet taste and are bursting with flavor. They look very appealing due to their tight clusters and small fruit. They're widely seen in foodservice, especially in catering or as table decoration. Due to their sweet flavor and lack of seeds, Champagne grapes also make an ideal snack to accompany other fruits that may be laid out. 

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FAQs About Champagne Grapes

As with other varieties of grapes, Champagne grapes don't continue to ripen after being harvested. Thus, they should be purchased at sweetness and peak quality. To choose the freshest, most delicious Champagne grapes when shopping at your local supermarket, make sure to check the condition of the grapes and stems. Fresh grapes are typically plump, firm, and tightly attached to the stems. 

You should avoid grapes that are moldy, wet, or shriveled at the stem attachment, as they indicate decay. If Champagne grapes are at their freshest, their stems will be flexible and green versus being brittle and dry when they are not so fresh. If there's a powdery-white coating on the grapes, don't worry because it's just a sign of bloom. Bloom is a substance that naturally occurs on grapes. It protects them from decay and moisture loss. 

When stored properly, fresh Champagne grapes can last 1-2 weeks. If you want to extend the life of your fresh grapes, make sure to toss any moldy or bruised grapes before storing them. Keep them in a perforated bag in your fridge. Don't use tightly sealed containers, as grapes need to breathe. Also, don't wash the grapes until right before you plan to consume them because excess moisture will speed up the decaying process. 

You can freeze fresh grapes for at least 4-5 hours. However, if you have plenty of grapes, it might take a longer period of time to freeze them fully. You can freeze grapes overnight as well, but make sure not to freeze them for too long, or they might lose some of their texture or delicious flavor.
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