3 patients who suffered anaphylactic reaction after eating fresh grapes (Anton et al., 1997) .
Two patients. One of them experienced anaphylactic shock and the second patient developed exercise-induced anaphylaxis (Guinnepain et al. 1998) .
A 24-year-old man with no family history of allergy suffered from oral allergy syndrome (OAS) after eating fresh grapes and drinking either white or red wine (Giannoccaro et al. 1998) .
A 28-year-old woman (Vaswani et al. 1999) .
A 44-year-old man (Bircher et al. 1999) .
A 5-year-old female (Rodriguez et al. 2001) .
A 33-year-old woman showing exercise-induced anaphylaxis (Senna et al. 2001) .
A 19-year-old man (Garcia-Robaina et al. 2001) .
Fourteen patients, 10 women and 4 men (mean age, 30.5 years; age range 23-47 years), were selected on the basis of a documented history of severe allergic reactions to grape (11 patients) or wine (3 patients) (Pastorello et al. 2003) 
A 28-year-old woman with allergic systemic reaction after eating white grapes (Caiaffa et al. 2003) .
14 children with allergic reactions after eating either fresh grapes or grape juice (Rodriguez et al. 2004) .