Japanese muscat grapes, botanically classified as Vitis vinifera, is a name used to include a number of varieties that were created in Japan. Japanese muscat grapes are bred to be large and very sweet, averaging 18 Brix, which is a measurement used for the sugar levels in produce. A popular muscat table grape in Japan is the Shine muscat, which was released to Japanese markets around 2003. Shine muscat grapes are known for their large, yellow-green or purple berries and crisp, candy-like, seedless flesh with floral notes.
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