Vitis Vinifera Extract
The grape plant has climbing stems through specialized organs called vine tendrils. The palmately veined leaves are arranged opposite on the branches. In most varieties, the vines tendrils are arranged in opposite positions every two or three successive leaves. The flowers form unisexual clusters, sometimes each plant bears only male or female flowers. The fruit, grapes, are grown in two-year-old vineyards and cut after collection.