So you can pop these grapes into your mouth just like regular seedless grapes. But they taste so much better than plain old red and green grapes, which I often find to be insipid and too crunchy. These are also fantastic grapes for baking, since you don't have to work around the seeds.
This is a relatively new hybrid, and it hasn't yet become as widely popular as the heartier Thompson grapes. These are more fragile and difficult to ship. But i do hope that they become more widely available in season; they are so much closer to what I want in a juicy grape.
• More about Thomcord grapes: Thomcord Grape: Flavorful, Attractive--and Seedless! - At USDA.
• Want to plant Thomcord vines? Thomcord Seedless Grape at Stark Bros.
(Images: Faith Durand)