Taste: These seedless grapes have a jelly-green center and a musky, sweet taste. They are similar in taste to Concord Grapes.
- Outstanding source of phytonutrients, especially phenols and polyphenols
- Very good source of vitamin K and copper as well as a good source of vitamin B2
When to Look For Sovereign Coronation Grapes: In the Okanagan, this is the earliest ripening grape and can usually be found by mid-August.
Best Uses for Coronation Grapes: Try Coronations baked into a deep purple grape pie, or boiled into a smooth grape jelly. They can even be used as a replacement for berries in breakfast baked goods like muffins or scones.
How to Store Coronation Grapes: These grapes store exceedingly well, and can be kept fresh in the refrigerator for up to 10 days or frozen for up to a year.