With a deep-rosy hue, this rare variety is a cross between the Thompson and the Black Concord. They have a very delicate skin which makes them difficult to ship or store, so you’ll only find them at the farmers’ market. Farmer John Lagier is one of only two growers in Northern California to cultivate this endangered seedless grape and the Bronx is only usually available mid-August through mid-September.
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