Variety: Concord-Type Grapes



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Variety Overview

Varying in color from deep blue to purple or almost black, the large, round Concord grape grows in loose clusters on sturdy vines. A powdery film, or bloom, develops on the skin’s surface. They have thick, tannin-rich skins that are slightly chewy, and juicy, jelly-like pulp. Their flesh can be seedy and almost translucent, with a slight green tinge, and is tangy and flavorful.


  • Grapes
  • Deciduous Fruit
  • Deep purple to almost black, large, round berries with a powdery bloom

  • Translucent, with a green tinge

  • Sweet, tangy; a classic "grape jelly" taste

  • Large berries

  • Dark blue-purple to black

  • Round to oval

  • Yes
  • Yes
  • There are seeded and seedless types of Concord grapes

  • Late summer through early fall

  • Photo courtesy World Variety Produce

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