Some days ago, Ruby Roman Grapes Varieties broke the record of the most expensive grapes ever. It was sold for $6400 in auction. This auction took place in a room of a wholesale market in Kanazawa city and the winning bid was called by local upscale pastry shop in Ishikawa Prefecture among 30 other auction participants.
Each grape of Ruby Roman weighs 20 grams and has a rich cherry color, and the sugar content in this is around 18%, and costs around $255. The size is abnormally big when compared to a normal grape and looks like a table tennis ball. There is a quite difficult for anyone to have it in one bite.
The Ruby Roman grape is a variety of table grape invented by the Japanese people. Usually, It is red in color and about the size of a ping pong ball. The first Ruby Roman grapes went on sale in August 2008 for about $910 per 700-gram bunch, or $26 per grape.
Here's the pictures of the Most Expensive Grapes Ruby Roman Grapes that breaks the records on auction.