Grapes are the best fruit for winemaking as they have the best balance of fruit sugars, flavor components, and natural acidity to sustain fermentation and remain stable without quick spoilage. 


Grapes make more complex wines. Other fruit wines taste like the specific fruit it was made from. But, grape wine can taste like any fruit... or other things, such as coffee, or chocolate, or flowers, or minerals.  


There's a difference between table grapes and wine grapes. Table grapes have thinner sweeter skins, and much more pulp. The pulp of a table grape has more water content and is generally much sweeter. The wine grape is composed of: 75% pulp, 20% skin and 5% seeds.






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