Catawba was the most popular grape cultivated in the US prior to the introduction of Concord, and was the major variety used for wine production in Ohio prior to Prohibition. Catawba is a spicy-flavored, red slipskin grape. Clusters are medium to large and well formed; fruit is medium-sized, round and purplish-red with a distinctive flavor. A pink grape used in the production of a blush and rosé wines, Catawaba produces a medium-bodied sweet, fragrant, strawberry-like wine. The Catawba grape dates back to the early 1800s being found along the Catawba River in North Carolina.
Typically made into a sweet, semi-sweet, or semi-dry wine.
Expected Pick Date: 9/2/17 (Note: This is an estimate and can vary by 2 weeks either way)
As low as 75¢ per lb!
$1.00 per lb (1 to 99 lbs)
85¢ per lb (100 to 249 lbs)
75¢ per lb (250+ lbs)
Discounts are applied to each variety ordered. I am sorry but you cannot mix & match to get this discount. Discount price is automatically applied to your order.