The grape vine is a perennial plant with many varieties grown in temperate regions. The vine is grown mainly for its fruit, while its leaves are used in Mediterranean cooking.
Grapes are the most widely produced commercial fruit crop in the world. They are often eaten fresh but are also commonly used to produce wine. Grapes can also be processed into jams, and sweet preserves, juices, raisins currants and sultanas, vinegar, raki and tsikoudia.
The vine grows quickly. The trunk has multiple branches and several arms and shoots. Shoots over time become woody arms called rods or vines.
The vine leaves are large and some leaves, The leaves of the grape vine are alternately arranged on the stem and are long and broad with prominent lobes. The color and texture of the leaves is important and differ in varieties.
At our garden center you will find varieties for all uses (table, oinoipoiisima, raisins).