Translation of grape in Spanish:


uva, n.

Pronunciation /ɡreɪp//ɡreɪp/


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    uva feminine
    a bunch of grapes un racimo de uvas
    • before noun grape juice mosto
    • the grape harvest la vendimia
    • Today their cultivated land is up to 50 acres and includes Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay grapes.
    • Selina's eyebrow rose as she popped a green grape into her mouth.
    • One of the original methods of producing rosé was to mix white grapes with black at the fermentation stage.
    • The Gamay grapes used in the wines have a distinctive taste unique among red wine.
    • But after the vines bloom, he notes, table grape growers would have to switch to insecticides.
    • They taste the best because the Cabernet grapes ripen late in the season - in September or even October.
    • Frozen seedless grapes add a festive touch and help keep drinks cold.
    • The process for making grappa from white grapes and red grapes varies significantly.
    • Of the grapes grown world-wide, table grapes represent the third most frequent use, following wine and dried grapes.
    • They continue to sell Chardonnay grapes to other vineyards.
    • Yet the wily Pinot Noir grape is best suited to cooler, less sunny climes.
    • A blanc de blancs is a sparkling wine made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes.
    • Concord grape juice has the highest total antioxidant level of any fruit, vegetable or juice tested.
    • Recently this company has experimented with more suitable wine grape varieties for both red and white table wines.
    • Both are made from white or black grapes, or from a mixture of the two.
    • Summer pruning may be carried out to ensure a smaller harvest of riper grapes.
    • The crisper drawer contains two apples, a bag of black seedless grapes, and a bulb of garlic.
    • Invest in a set of small plastic boxes for chopped fresh fruit, strawberries, grapes or cherries.
    • Most were produced from Shiraz or Cabernet Sauvignon grapes - or a combination of both.
    • We set out one sunny morning on horseback through the Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.