A wozelgrape, also known as a wozelnut or springberry, is a plant bearing small, sour-tasting green berries, a cousin of the gooseberry. Found in countries like Giorra and Nyfitsa, the plant commonly serves either as a side fruit at lunches and dinners, or when brewed, as a wine. Giorrans particularly love eating wozelberries alongside a wedge of cheese and a loaf of nut-filled bread.

It is also the main ingredient in such Giorran dishes as Wozelnut Pudden.