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Buleleng Regency is known for its abundant natural products, one of the typical plantation products from Buleleng Regency is Alfonso Lavalle's black grapes. One of the areas producing black grapes in Buleleng regency is Banjar village. Banjar known as one of tourism destination especially “Banjar hot spring tourist destination”. Along with the development of tourism that leads to the environment, Banjar village community especially grapes farmer tries to develop agritourism as one of the options supporting the tourist attraction in the Banjar district. Wineries have started to be developed as an alternative tourist destination in the village of Banjar through the development of agritourism. The vineyard land began to decrease because the yield did not match the care taken, besides that the price of grapes dropped and easily decomposed. Groups of grape farmers began to look for alternatives to process the excess yields of perishable grapes by processing the yields into traditional processed foods for consumption or use as for Balinese ceremonies. The products from grapes processing such as dodol (kind of sweet food mix with sugar), iwel (Balinesse traditional food made from sticky rice, sugar and grapes), crackers, raisins, grape seed coffee and grapes juice.
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