LIFE'S GRAPE

FAMILY OWNED AND CALIFORNIA GROWN

From our vineyards to your hands, every grape is grown with love. We grow, process, and package all our own grapes in beautiful California so our friends and fans can have a flavorful and healthful snack.

 

SELMA PETE VINE-DRIED GRAPES

The Selma Pete grape is a cross between three delicious grape varieties and are dried hanging on the vine. The grape and drying process are the perfect pairing. The resulting product is a delicate, meaty, juicy, vine-dried grape.

ALL NATURAL SNACKING

Man does not live on grapes alone, but if you’ve got a hankering for juicy, nutritious, vine-dried goodness, we’ve got just the thing for you. Say hello to nature’s gummy bear.

 

EXPLORE OUR COLLECTION

Sold out

Sold out

Sold out

Sold out

ABOUT

OUR PRODUCTS

HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE

"Meet your newest obsession: peanut butter-covered vine-dried grapes. Holy addictive, Batman. We could not put these down. In fact, we ate embarrassingly large amounts in an extremely short period of time. They're essentially peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, but in bite-sized pieces. Two very enthusiastic thumbs up."

Joey Skladany
- Writer

"I love these grapes! A perfect healthy snack for a little treat after work. They taste like peanut butter and jelly fruit snacks. Delish. Will be ordering again - possibly daily because they are so good."

Vanessa Woodard
- Medical Student

"These are the best raisins ever! The only problem is that I probably can't eat any other raisins anymore! Other raisins just do not compare to these. I give these 5 out of 5 Yums!"

Ms. Jones

"I was given the Life's Grape Dark Chocolate Dipped Vine-Dried Grapes to try... I was hesitant at first because they weren't like the usual chocolate covered raisins. These were actually far superior to any others I've ever had. A great tasting fruit surrounded by a luscious dark chocolate. I was able to eat less and feel satisfied and like I'd just had gourmet dessert."

Andrea Metz

"First, I am a chocolate raisin connoisseur and have the 20 extra pounds to prove it. Dark chocolate only, milk chocolate raisins are for Neanderthals. I can’t remember the last time I purchased those mass produced ones in a yellow box. If you like chocolate raisins, buy those. If you LOVE chocolate raisins, buy these. For anyone that thinks these are overpriced, you’ve clearly never bought quality chocolate from a chocolatier, which typically runs between $12-18 per pound."

M. Northup
- Chocolate Raisin Connoisseur

JOIN THE WILD BUNCH

FEATURED IN

OUR ROOTS

STAY IN THE KNOW

Want to keep up to date on new releases, promotions and current news? Leave your email below and we will be sure you’re the first to know our exciting news!

Thanks!
This field is required