Fresh Grape Pie

Preparation info

  • Makes one 9 inch pie; serves about


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Classic Home Desserts

By Richard Sax

Published 1994

  • About

Grapevines grow wild in many parts of the United States, and their fruit often wind up in pies. You’ll be surprised at how well grapes work. They are very juicy, with a texture that may remind you of a fresh cherry pie, but with a deep flavor all their own. This recipe is from Margaret Zaninovich, who grows grapes in Delano, California.



  1. Divide the dough into 2 slightly unequal pieces. Roll out the larger piece on a lightly floured surface into a large circle inch thick. Fit it, without stretching, into a buttered 9-inch