Cherry Vine Tomato

The Cherry Vine tomato is a variety of small, round tomatoes that grow in clusters. Each tomato is similar in size to a cherry, from which it gets its name. These tomatoes are distinguished by their bright red color and their shiny, smooth skin.

They are appreciated for their sweet and intensely fruity flavor, with a perfect balance of sugars and acidity. Their texture is firm but juicy, making them a popular ingredient both for fresh consumption in salads and appetizers, and in cooked cuisine, such as in sauces or baked dishes.

Cherry Vine tomatoes are particularly attractive when served whole on the vine, offering a remarkable aesthetic appearance in addition to a delicious flavor.



In a high-quality European restaurant, especially in Northern Europe, the Cherry Vine tomato can be used to add flavor, color, and aesthetic presentation to dishes. Here are some ideas for Italian and foreign recipes:

  1. Salads and appetizers: Cherry Vine tomatoes are perfect for fresh salads, paired with ingredients like lettuce, basil, mozzarella, or goat cheeses. They can also be served as an appetizer, perhaps lightly roasted with olive oil and herbs.
  2. Sauces and gravies: their sweet and fruity flavor makes them ideal for fresh sauces for pasta, like a raw sauce, or for dressing gourmet pizzas. They are also great in sauces for fish or meat dishes.
  3. Cooked dishes: Cherry Vine tomatoes can be used in baked dishes, like vegetable gratin, savory pies, or as a complement in meat or fish dishes, maintaining their shape and adding a pop of color.
  4. Creative and fusion cuisine: these tomatoes lend themselves well to fusion cuisine, for example, in dishes that combine typical Northern European ingredients with Mediterranean elements, like a Nordic salad enriched with Cherry Vine tomatoes.
  5. Presentation and decoration: their attractive appearance on the vine can be leveraged to enhance the presentation of dishes, offering a touch of natural elegance.