Botanical Name: Vitis
There are many species of grapes, and all of these belong to the genus Vitis. One of the most widely consumed types of grapes in the world is the common grapevine (Vitis vinifera).
The cultivars of Vitis vinifera form the basis for almost all of the wines produced around the world. Furthermore, the grape can also be processed to make wine, juice or dried to make raisins.
Due to its popularity, these grape species are cultivated on every continent except Antarctica.
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Frequently Asked Questions on Botanical Name of Grapes
What is the botanical name of grapes?
Grapes fall under the genus Vitis. The botanical name of the common vine grapes is Vitis vinifera.
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