John&Jacq~s Garden

Vitis vinifera with grapes eaten fresh, processed to make vine and dried to produce raisins

Vitis vinifera (Common Grape Vine, Wine Grape, Purpleleaf Grape, Anggur in Malay)

Common Grape Vine is economically important as a source of grapes, both for direct consumption of its sweet fruits and for fermentation to produce wine.

Also, it can be dried to produce raisins that are popularly used in cakes, eaten as is or added to various dishes.

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