Nice but falling off vine when delivered
We started using the grapes we bought straight away. They were actually plump and juicy with a lovely taste, although they were quite small (I prefer larger grapes). However, they were falling off the vine with the slightest touch and about half the grapes were already off when delivered. Variety delivered was Flame and they came from Egypt.
Very sour grapes!
Ugh, these grapes were so sour we couldn't eat them. The last two lots have been the same - just tasteless, acidic and very poor quality. We will not be buying these grapes again.
Had to throw a lot away, short shelf life , handful was damaged and past the best, I live on my own and can't eat them in one day, happened often
Cheap and not cheerful
Would rather pay and get better quality. Very small not sweet and nowhere near as good as Aldi.
A quarter of these grapes were bad when opened
We buy red seedless grapes regularly. They vary in
We buy red seedless grapes regularly. They vary in origin, coming from Spain, South Africa, Chile etc. The most recent punnet came from Brazil. The grapes were a good size and contained a lot of sweet juice. However they were unpleasant to eat because the skins were so dry (astringent). Might be alright for obtaining grape juice but not to eat as a whole fruit.
Lovely grapes, sweet and crisp most of the time. H
Lovely grapes, sweet and crisp most of the time. However two of my last four purchases have developed mould day or two after delivery and well before the best date given. Quite extensive so whole punnet could not be used.
Please check quality before delivery
The last to deliveries have been very poor quality. Within a couple of days there has been mould on the grapes. Last delivery mould was already on some of the grapes.
Grapes are too soft again