post-oak grape


Definition of post-oak grape 

1 : a tall growing grape of the southern and central U.S. that is usually considered a variety (Vitis labrusca lincecumii) of the common American fox grape

2 : the large edible purplish black slightly bloomy fruit of the post-oak grape

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