What is Magical Grapes ?
Magical Grape is our original brand of Japanese grapes grown under the sun and the earth in California. Japanese grapes were developed in Japan by crossing superior varieties of grapes from around the world, and are among the most delicious, aromatic, surprising, and exciting grapes in the world. In recent years, some of the most artistic grape varieties have been created.
As the name suggests, this grape makes you smile when you put it in your mouth. It is Magical Grape's favorite grape. It has a good balance of acidity and sweetness, and is so juicy that the juice overflows from the flesh. You will be surprised by the wonderful wine-like aroma that spreads in your mouth. It is a beautiful grape with a clear, bright red color. It is so delicious that everyone becomes a repeat customer. It is said that the Shinano Smile is a rare grape in Japan because it is difficult to cultivate, and it is difficult to remove the grape from the vineyard. This is because it is difficult to cultivate, and because it is not suitable for transportation due to its tendency to shed grapes, so it can only be obtained through store sales. However, the variety is well suited to California, with its abundance of sunshine and large temperature differences between day and night, and it produces a good grape harvest every year. It is a grape that Japanese people will miss and newcomers will be surprised and pleased with. It is the grandson of the Kyoho grape. The grapes have the tough skin characteristic of Japanese grapes, which allows them to pop right out of the skin. (Many people eat them as they are.)
This is a large yellow-green grape that is the most popular grape in Japan. It has an elegant muscat aroma, and the flesh is firm and crispy, making it a grape that can be eaten crispily. It is a new type of Japanese grape that can be eaten with its skin intact, with a sugar content of 20 to 25 degrees. As it turns yellow, its sweetness increases, and its firm sweetness can be tasted. It is a variety that does not easily shed grapes and lasts for a long time, and quickly became very popular. It is a high-end grape that costs 3,000 to 5,000 yen per bunch in Japan. It is also popular as an ingredient in sweets such as fruit sandwiches and daifuku.
As the name suggests, this is a pitch black, extremely large-berried grape that is full of luxury. It has the largest grain size among Japanese grapes, with each grain weighing 30 grams, often exceeding the size of a 500 yen coin. It is a rare variety with few farmers growing it in Japan. The juice is somewhat low, but it has a rich flavor similar to its parent Pione, and is a sweet and just delicious grape. In California, where rainfall is scarce, it is difficult for the vines to grow large, making it more difficult to grow than other varieties, but we are always amazed at the magnificent grapes we harvest. The beautiful appearance and magnificent size of the grapes are enough to make you fall in love with them, and they are ideal for gift-giving. In our garden, we sell especially large black beets as a special bunch, but they are very popular and sell out quickly.