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Little Grapes, Big Flavor

These very tiny and delicious grapes (only about the size of a blueberry) are about the sweetest things I’ve ever tasted. Called Corinth grapes or Santé currants, they’re also known as “champagne grapes” because they’re sometimes used to garnish glasses of champagne.

I’m fresh out of champagne, but I hooked a bunch of them onto a glass of grape juice, just to see how it looks. Pretty cute, huh? If you happen to see these little grapes for sale, do yourself a favor and pick up some. You won’t believe how much naturally sweet goodness is packed in such a tiny fruit!