Both grapes and their product wine were a prominent symbol in many of the ancient civilisations. They can be eaten as is for a sweet snack, or used to produce deserts and more involved products like wine.

Grapes aren't overly nutrient-dense, notably only containing minor traces of vitamin K and copper. The more important aspect of grapes' nutritional profile is its phytonutrients including resveratrol and proanthocyanidin, associtation with cardiovasular health. There is however contention around wine's role in human health.

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Water80.54 g
Energy69 kcal
3 %
Protein0.72 g
Fats0.16 g
Carbs18.1 g
Fiber0.9 g
Sugars15.48 g
Calcium10 mg
1 %
Iron0.36 mg
2 %
Magnesium7 mg
2 %
Phosphorus20 mg
2 %
Potassium191 mg
4 %
Sodium2 mg
Zinc0.07 mg
1 %
Copper0.127 mg
14 %
Manganese0.071 mg
4 %
Selenium0.1 µg
Vit C3.2 mg
5 %
Thiamin0.069 mg
7 %
Riboflavin0.07 mg
7 %
Niacin0.188 mg
1 %
Vit B60.086 mg
7 %
Folate2 µg
1 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A3 µg
Vit E0.19 mg
1 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K14.6 µg
19 %
Sat Fat0.054 g
Mono Fat0.007 g
Poly Fat0.048 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg