A Grape is the non-climacteric fruit, or true berry, that grows on the perennial woody
vines of the genus Vitis which is deciduous.
Grapes as a fruit can be traced back many centuries and there are examples of Ancient
Egyptian hieroglyphics showing the cultivation of grapes for both food and wine. This continues
to this day with grapes being eaten raw or used for making wines, juice, raisins and grape seed
oil to name but a few.
Grapes grow in clusters of 6 to 300 and can be a variety of colours; black, red and white
(which is actually green in colour) being the most common.
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