This year’s conference features a Monday morning workshop with 20-minute back-to-back presentations from the event’s trade show vendors that will cover innovations in both winemaking and grape-growing. Monday afternoon’s sessions will include the conference’s featured speakers: Tim Martinson of…
This free event is for anyone interested in Ohio’s $786 million grape and wine industry, including grape growers, wine industry workers, horticulture students, and food and wine journalists. Experts will be talking about red blotch, an insect-transmitted virus that is new…
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Baking plump, juicy grapes into this easy focaccia is a special treat for family and dinner guests. For a special touch, add a light drizzle of quality olive oil over the top while the bread is still warm.
This hearty dish roasts the grapes until they collapse into a thick, jam-like mixture. Red seedless varieties are the best choice. Season with a simple balsamic sauce and serve with a side of mashed garlicky potatoes.
Hot soups warm you up; chilled soups cool you down, a perfect way to take the heat off on a fall afternoon. The perfect seedless grape variety for this fresh tasting soup is Himrod.
Red, purple, green or white-any type of seedless grape freezes beautifully for snacking.
A cluster of fresh grapes warmed by the grill smells almost as heavenly as those warming on the vine. This simple appetizer is quick, clever and, most of all, completely delicious.
This festive salad includes pineapple and red grapes in addition to cranberry sauce. Walnuts are optional.