[Fr. from O. Ger.,a hook or cluster.] The berry or fruit of the vine (as one of a cluster). The berries are smooth-skinned, and have a juicy pulp, and are grown for table use and for making wine and raisins. The principal wine-making countries in Europe are France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Germany. Much wine is made in the United States. Many grapes are also grown in Greece, Australia, Cape of Good