Witch fingers!!!

Discussion in 'Wine Making from Grapes' started by T_Baggins, Nov 13, 2014.

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  1. Nov 13, 2014 #1

    T_Baggins

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    These are interesting. They are said to be SUPER sweet with moderate tannins and very low acidity. I don't usually even mess with grapes....blechhh

    but these might be worth a try? Has anyone use them in a recipe?

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    seth8530

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    Don't know much about these guys but I do say they deserve their name.
     
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    T_Baggins

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    lol yep they do at that. Apparently they are VERY rare. Only one vineyard in the world grows them, some place in southern cali. And they are only available from July-Aug. Ya got to be quick to snatch them up when (and where) they manage to pop up.
     
  4. Nov 16, 2014 #4

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    I've had them. Found them at wegmans here in New York. They are pretty good! But they are a table grape. They are from a company called the grapery
     

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