Urmia Grape types
A white grape variety originating from the Rhine region of Germany, Riesling is an aromatic grape variety displaying flowery aromas and high acidity.
Black Corinth (Champagne Grapes)
These are not actually used in making champagne, but their small, round size and clever marketing have made these sweet, crunchy grapes popular for table use. They’re even more commonly seen dried in the form of Zante currants.
Black Monukka Grapes
Black Monukka Grapes are used for raisins but are also a crisp, sweet table grape. Their thin skins, however, mean they aren’t great for shipping. Look for them fresh at markets or try growing your own.
Bronx grapes are a hybrid, prized for their silken texture and flavor. They are much like the aromatic Muscat grapes, which also have a green-red hybrid coloring.
A chance crossing between Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc in 17th century southwest France. In Urmia, it is known as Sardasht grape
These are the bright, tart grapes