ONTARIO seedless CORONATION GRAPES
The fragrant flavour and vibrant colour of Ontario Coronation Table grapes makes them a perfect ingredient for desserts, sauces, jams, jellies and juice.
The crisp, juicy flesh and mild sweet taste of the semi-seedless Coronation Table grape is ideal for eating fresh out-of-hand. They are also a favourite for garnish, a sweet addition to cheese and fruit platters and a superb ingredient for baking and preserving.
Native North American varieties are known as Vitis labrusca. They include Concord and Niagara, which are native to Ontario. Traditional European cultivars, including wine grapes, are Vitis vinifera. In addition there are thousands of hybrid varieties
ontario coronation grape news
DECEMBER 12, 2013
Innovation drives success of family fruit business
Innovation and new technology keeps the family tradition going for future generations.
Fruit grower Phil Tregunno is proud of being the fourth generation of his family [read more]
AUGUST 19, 2013
Simply Delicious: Ontario peaches
Weather conditions really took a bite out of peaches last year. Although hail storms affected some crops this season, things are looking a lot better. [read more]
AUGUST 16, 2013
Breeding new plum a sweet gig for University of Guelph scientist
It’s a plum gig coming up with new fruit for farmers to grow and people to eat.
Just ask Jay Subramanian, a tree fruit breeder with [read more]
AUGUST 15, 2013
Plums are featured in recipes for crepes, endive and hazelnut salad and soup
Here are some recipes to try using plums.
Plum Crepes With Cardamom and Honey Whipped Cream
These crepes are delicious for breakfast, brunch or dessert. The plums [read more]
ontario coronation grape events
JUNE 19, 2013 - JUNE 19, 2013
Essex Kent Orchard Tour 2013