Niagara grape

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Named after the area where they were first grown.

Noun[edit]

Niagara grape (plural Niagara grapes)

  1. A large, juicy, sweet-smelling, green North American grape which has a pleasant, foxy flavour; a variety of Vitis labrusca which is eaten and used in the production of wines, jams, and white grape juice, but which is a poor shipping grape.