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 Tafeltraube

Table grape

Glossary term

Tafeltraube
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General description of certain grape , mainly as a so-called Esstrauben for fresh consumption or for the production of Raisins are grown. The Greeks and Romans in the Ancient wines special varieties with very large berries, sweet and bred not only for the haves (along with figs) were the most popular and important fruit. They were not only for human consumption (fresh and preserved in part), but also as a sweetener for food and drink uses (see the eating and drinking habits of the Romans under Satyricon ). World today are produced with 6.6 million acres about 82% wine grapes (for wine and spirits) and about 1.4 million hectares ...
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