Chardonnay Grape Seed Extract
Chardonnay Grape Seed Extract (Vitis vinifera) comes from the Chardonnay grapes originated in Eastern France. The most abundant active compounds in chardonnay grape seed extracts are polyphenols.
Chardonnay grape seeds and polyphenols in chardonnay grape seeds may have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-obesity and anti-stress effects as well as cholesterol lowering and nootropic (enhancing cognition) effects as observed in preclinical studies. 1-5 Among grape seeds, chardonnay seeds contain the highest levels of the polyphenol epicatechin. 6 Epicatechin has been shown to be important for vascular health and maintaining healthy blood pressure. 7,8 Several studies emphasized that vascular health is positively associated with cognitive health. 9-11
Chardonnay Pepper Seeds
Want a pepper that delivers sweetness and flavor? What a pepper plant that matures early and is adaptable? Want about a pepper that tastes like Chardonnay wine? We’re not sure if the pepper really tastes like Chardonnay wine, but we do know this is one delicious sweet pepper!
The Chardonnay pepper plant grows pods that grow to 4 inches long and produces thick-walled, crunchy, sweet, large golden bell peppers. The pepper ripens from green to yellow but can be harvested at either stage. We recommend you harvest the Chardonnay when it turns to a golden color because its flavors are unforgettable! The plant is productive, disease-resistant, and is easy to grow in your garden or backyard. It’s resistant to Tobacco Mosaic and Bacterial Leaf Spot which means you’ll have a healthy and big plant! The Chardonnay pepper is great for salads or as stuffed peppers and can be eaten fresh, cooked, roasted, and pickled. Get your hands on the Chardonnay Pepper Seeds today!
Like the sound of growing peppers that have different types of wine in their name? Check out the Pinot Noir and White Zinfandel!
Species: Capsicum Annuum
Heat Level: 0 SHUs
Days to Harvest: 70+ Days
# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds
Want to grow more delicious, sweet-tasting peppers? Expand your growing list by looking into our list of sweet and bell peppers seeds! We also grow sweet pepper plants for those who want a head start in growing peppers.