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Another Summer season has come and gone, opening a window for the colors of fall. With the seasons changing and the leaves dropping, it’s still not too late to place an order for the upcoming Spring of 2018. Even though like the leaves our vine availability is becoming few in numbers, but if we don’t have the vines you are looking for we can still place an order for the Spring of 2019. As for now we will say this, may your harvest be pleasant, may your crop be even more so, and may your holidays be full of joy.

From our family to yours, thank you and have a blessed holiday season.

Sincerely,

Your friends from the Grafted Grapevine Nursery

NOTICE: The numbers have come in from the nursery. Meaning that we do have a rough estimate of the availability of vines for the 2018 shipping season. But please note that these are not the final numbers and the availablity of some varieties may change when we start sorting them. Thank you for your patience and your understanding.

~Your friends from the Grafted Grapevine Nursery

Adalmiina (ES-6-16-30) - Own-Rooted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

A white Elmer Swenson variety. Productive, disease resistant, early ripening, low acid and cold hardy to -30F.  Known in Finland as Adalmiina

Own-rooted

Aromella (NY 76.0844.24) - Grafted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for  2019

New white variety from Cornell. High quality Muscat style wine. Productive, may require cluster thinning. Good resistance to disease.Winter hardy -25 F. Does not require grafting. Very sensitive to 2,4-D damage. When fully ripe, begins to shell fruit, therefore not appropriate for delayed harvesting.

*Patented Royalties Charge: New York State Resident: $0.95/vine          Out of State Resident: $1.20/vine

Rootstock: 5C

Aromella (NY 76.0844.24) - Own-Rooted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

New white variety from Cornell. High quality Muscat style wine. Productive. May require cluster thinning. Good resistance to disease. Winter hardy -25 F. Does not require grafting. Very sensitive to 2,4-D damage. When fully ripe, begins to shell fruit, therefore not appropriate for delayed harvesting.

*Patented Royalties Charge: New York State Resident: $0.95/vine         Out of State Resident: $1.20/vine

Own-rooted

Bianca

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

Full bodied white from Hungary, with wine style similar to a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Good disease resistance, some susceptibilty to powdery mildew. Good vigor, ripens early to mid season. Moderatley cold hardy -15 F. needs to be grafted.

Trade marked

Rootstocks: 3309

Brianna (ES 7-4-76) - Own-Rooted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

This grape produces a fruity white with apricot, peach pineapple character. Winter hardy to -30. Can experience trunk injury. Secondary buds can be productive, and may need thinning. Moderatelyh susceptible to 2,4-D.

Own-rooted 

Cayuga White (NY 33403)

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

A floral variety used heavily for semi sweet to sweet wines.  Vigorous and productive, but low-moderate cold hardiness for a hybrid. Ripens early to mid season. Best harvested between 17 and 19 brix. Floral aromas and Riesling like flavors.

Rootstock:  3309

Chardonel (GW9)

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Taking Orders for 2019

A cross between Seyval and Chardonnay. This full bodied wine has similarities to Chardonnay. It is vigorous and may require cluster thinning. Ripens mid season and is moderately winter hardy. Some susceptibility to powdery mildew.

Rootstocks: 101-14

Frontenac Gris - Own-Rooted

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Taking Orders for 2018

A sport of Frontenac. Moderate vigor on its own roots. Vigorous when graftded. Productive, may require cluster thinning. Grey fruit. Wine  has peach, apricot, citrus and tropical fruit flavors. Produces high sugar and high acid juice. Ripens mid to late season. Very winter hardy to -30F.

*Patented Royalties Charge: $0.50/vine

Own-rooted 

La Crescent - Own-Rooted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

White super cold hardy Minnesota Univ. variety with a pronounced apricot flavor.  A cross of St Pepin x ES 6-8-25. High in acid. Buds early, ripens early to mid season. Moderately resistant to mildew. Cold Hardy to -34F. Very productive, may need cluster thinning

*Patented Royalties Charge: $0.50/vine

Own-rooted 

La Crosse (ES 294) - Own-Rooted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

An Elmer Swensen white variety with Riesling like characters. Susceptible to black rot and botrytis, moderately susceptible to downy and powdery mildew.  Buds mid season and ripens mid to late season. Cold hardy to -25F.

Own-rooted

Louise Swenson - Own-Rooted

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Taking Orders for 2018

This winter hardy variety is low in sugar and high in acid with flavors of honey and light summer flowers.

Own-Rooted

Melody (NY 65.444.4)

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Taking Orders for 2019

Wine has neutral fruitiness, with floral overtones. Very productive. Moderately cold hardy. Late budding with mid season ripening.

Rootstock: 3309

Meynieu Clone 06

Out of stock

Taking orders for 2019

Meynieu is a hybrid grape variety. It has growing characteristics similar to Seyval Blanc. But it has produces wines similar to Sauvignon Blanc.

Rootstocks: 3309

NY 81.0315.17

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Taking Orders for 2019

Cornell describes NY 81.0315.17 as:

"NY81.0315.17 - (Cayuga White x White Riesling) produces a floral and sometimes spicy light muscat wine. Highly rated for wine quality for several years. Only available grafted because own rooted vines have been small. Botrytis rot has been negligible and winter primary bud hardiness ranks better than Cayuga White, and with many French-American hybrids."

Rootstock: 3309

Petit Amie (DM 8313.1) - Own-Rooted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

Produces Muscat wines with a hint of rose petals. Small to medium sized clusters, low to moderate vigor. For commercial production needs to be planted onto fertile ground or grafted. Winter hardy to -25F. Buds mid season, ripens early to mid season.

Own-Rooted

Phoenix

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Taking Orders for 2019

Phoenix was bred in Germany with the help of the European Union. Together they were able to classify Phoenix as a white Vitis Vinifera German Hybrid. It was selected for its disease resistance and fruit quality. This variety produces good sized berries in densely packed clusters. When ripe the grapes have a light Muscat aroma and an excellent flavor, making them ideal for eating fresh from the vine or for wine-making.

Phoenix is able to tolerate temperatures down to -7 degrees Fahrenheit. Flowers late May to early June. Ripens mid-season.

Rootstock: 3309

Prairie Star (ES 3-24-7) - Own-Rooted

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Taking Orders for 2018

This strong winter hardy white has moderate disease resistance, with some susceptibility to Black rot and Anthracnose. Vertical growth habit. Young shoots can break off in high winds. Produces neutral to floral wines. Low acids and high sugars

Own-rooted 

Prinzipal

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Taking Orders for 2018

Developed in 1971, produces a wine very similar to Riesling. A great variety for those that want Riesling, but their season is too short and winters too cold. Ripens mid season, susceptible to botrytis, cold hardy to -18F. 

Rootstocks: 3309

Seyval Blanc - Grafted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

This moderately winter hardy hybrid (-15F) ripens early. Buds out late. Large clusters, requires cluster thinning. Is known to produce high quality still wines with attarctive herbaceous and melon characters.

Rootstock: 5C and 3309

Seyval Blanc - Own-Rooted

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Taking Orders for 2019

This moderately winter hardy hybrid (-15F) ripens early. Buds out late. Large clusters, requires cluster thinning. Is known to produce high quality still wines with attarctive herbaceous and melon characters.

Own-Rooted

St. Pepin (ES 282) - Own-Rooted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

Super cold hardy white that makes a wine with Riesling and labrusca characters. Needs to be planted next to a grape variety that blooms at the same time, for example - La Cross. Usually planted with a cross pollenating variety at a density of at least 1 out of every 4 rows (or vines) with a pollenating variety .

Own-Rooted 

Traminette (NY 65.53.13) - Grafted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

Produces a wine with the spicy character of its parent, Gewürztraminer. Low to moderate vigor on its own roots, vigorous when grafted. Good disease resistance with mild susceptibility to downy mildew. Buds late, ripens mid to late season. Moderate hardiness -18F.

Rootstocks: 101-14

Traminette (NY 65.533.13) - Own-Rooted

In stock

Taking Orders for 2018

Produces a wine with the spicy character of its parent, Gewürztraminer. Low to moderate vigor on its own roots, vigorous when grafted. Good disease resistance with mild susceptibility to downy mildew. Buds late, ripens mid to late season. Moderate hardiness -18F.

Own-rooted

Valvin Muscat (NY 62.0122.01)

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Taking Orders for 2019

A new variety from Cornell. Has distinctive muscat flavor and aroma. Excellent as a varietal or for blending. Needs grafting to achieve vigor. Small clusters. Good resistance to disease, but needs protection from black rot and help against powdery mildew. Buds mis season, ripens mid season. Cold hardy to -17F

*Patented Royalties Charge: New York State Resident: $0.85/vine          Out of State Resident: $1.05/vine

Rootstocks: SO4 and 3309

Vidal Blanc - Grafted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

Good qualitu wine when fruit is mature. Aromatic notes of grapefruit and pinapple. Used for still, late harvest and ice wine. Productive and vigorous. Requires cluster thinning to avoid over production. Buds late, ripens mid to late season. Moderate cold hardiness to -17F. 

Rootstocks: 3309 and 101-14

Vidal Blanc - Own-Rooted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

Good qualitu wine when fruit is mature. Aromatic notes of grapefruit and pinapple. Used for still, late harvest and ice wine. Productive and vigorous. Requires cluster thinning to avoid over production. Buds late, ripens mid to late season. Moderate cold hardiness to -17F. 

Own-Rooted

Vignoles (Ravat 51) - Grafted

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Taking Orders for 2018

Used as a table wine or excellent late harvest style. Buds late, ripens mid season. Low vigor on well drained soils. Small clusters. Susceptible to Botrytis and powdery mildew. Grafting is recommended to increase vigor and yield. Cold hardy to -20F. 

Rootstocks: 3309

Vignoles (Ravat 51) - Own-Rooted

Out of stock

Taking Orders for 2019

Used as a table wine or excellent late harvest style. Buds late, ripens mid season. Low vigor on well drained soils. Small clusters. Susceptible to Botrytis and powdery mildew. Grafting is recommended to increase vigor and yield. Cold hardy to -20F. 

Own-Rooted


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