A small, round, smooth-skinned edible fruit, usually purple, red, or green, that grows in bunches on certain vines. (noun)
A woody vine that bears clusters of grapes; a grapevine. (noun)
A dark purplish red colour, the colour of many grapes. (noun)
A mangy tumour on a horse's leg. (noun)
Containing grapes or having a grape flavor. (adjective)
Of a dark purplish red colour. (adjective)
Examples of word grape
Terroir is the term grape growers use for the distinctive combination of where the grapes are grown, including the soil, the sun, and the wind.
The herbal character of the grape is here, particularly on a surprisingly long minty-lime finish, but it's not aggressive or overbearing.
Also of note: the Benaza red wine made from the mencia grape is a pretty tasty value as well.
The English word grape appears to come from an Indo-European root meaning â€œcurvedâ€ or â€œcrooked,â€ probably referring to the curved blade of the knife used to harvest grape bunches, or to the shape of the bunch stem.
Although not big and boozy (only 12.5% on the label), the main grape is tannat, which makes wines that are often opaque in their inky purpleness with tons oâ€™ tannins.