Grapevines

Grapevines for Sale

At Double A Vineyards, when it comes to grapevines for sale, we’ve developed a reputation for industry leading innovation over the past 25 years. What makes us different? In part, our unique grapevine production system. It’s what allows us to consistently produce the highest quality grapevines.

All of our one-year vines are grown on raised beds covered with black biodegradable plastic. Each row is supplied with water and nutrients by trickle irrigation. Soil moisture is monitored with the use of tensiometers to ensure that the vines are never stressed. The conditions created by the plastic warming the soil in the bed and abundant supply of water and nutrients are ideal for plant growth and root development. These vines are well prepared for planting and vigorous growth in the spring.

At Double A Vineyards, all grapevines for sale have been one-year field grown.

  • 1 Year #1 - These are our standard size vines and they represent the majority of the vines available. These vines have a good root system to support the vine at planting and have exhibited good health in the field.
  • 1 Year Extra - These are still one-year-old vines but they have a heavier, more solid root structure and have exhibited above average growth the first year.

We will also gladly contract grow any grapevine variety provided we can obtain propagation material. Arrangements must be made 12 to 18 months in advance with a deposit at the time of order. Please call for arrangements for contract growing.

While we have taken great care to provide detailed information about our grapevines for sale in this section, if do you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you. Also, if growing grapes is new to you, or if you simply want more information, we suggest you browse our Books & Gifts section.

  1. Norton (Cynthiana) - Grafted

    Norton (also known as Cynthiana) is a V. labruscana x V. aestivalis hybrid with a long history in eastern US wine production, particularly in Missouri and Virginia. Norton produces small to medium clusters of firm,...
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  2. Norton (Cynthiana)

    Norton (also known as Cynthiana) is a V. labruscana x V. aestivalis hybrid with a long history in eastern US wine production, particularly in Missouri and Virginia. Norton produces small to medium clusters of firm,...
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  3. Noiret – Grafted

    Noiret produces an excellent full-bodied, richly colored wine. The wines can resemble Shiraz (Syrah) with a distinct black pepper character, moderate tannins, and notes of raspberry, blackberry and mint. Vines are v...
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  4. Noiret

    Noiret produces an excellent full-bodied, richly colored wine. The wines can resemble Shiraz (Syrah) with a distinct black pepper character, moderate tannins, and notes of raspberry, blackberry and mint. Vines are v...
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  5. Noble

    Noble is the primary red muscadine variety used in wine and juice production and is self-fertile. Berries are small with a wet stem scar so are not favored as a table grape.
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  6. Niagara

    Niagara is an attractive, productive and vigorous variety with large, slipskin berries, juicy with a strong foxy flavor. Niagara is the leading green grape grown in the United States, used as a table grape and for j...
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  7. New York Muscat

    New York Muscat produces reddish-black fruit with fine muscat flavor. Used for sweet muscat wines and as a dosage in champagne, its largest drawback is lack of winter hardiness.
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  8. Neptune - Grafted

    Neptune produces large, attractive, conical clusters with yellow-green, non-slipskin berries. Any seed traces are soft and unnoticeable when eating. Moderately thick skin resists cracking, flavor is fruity without...
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  9. Neptune

    Neptune produces large, attractive, conical clusters with yellow-green, non-slipskin berries. Any seed traces are soft and unnoticeable when eating. Moderately thick skin resists cracking, flavor is fruity without...
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  10. Nebbiolo - Grafted

    Nebbiolo is native to the Piedmont region in northern Italy where it produces the region's most distinguished wines, and some of Italy's best, long-lived wines.
  11. Mourvédre - Grafted

    Mourvédre is Spain's second-leading red variety (after Grenache) and is also a popular variety in southern France, and has been grown in California since the 1870s. Mourvédre needs a very warm climate with long su...
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  12. Merlot - Grafted

    Merlot is Bourdeaux's most planted grape variety, known for its smooth texture and outstanding varietal wines, but often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon. Earlier ripening than Cabernet Sauvignon, but not as winter h...
  13. Melody

    Melody vines are vigorous and productive, but typically do not require cluster thinning. Melody can make a vinifera type wine with varietal character, neutral fruitiness, floral overtones, and hints of herbaceousnes...
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  14. Mars

    Mars is a productive vine with medium-sized clusters of medium to large slipskin berries that turn from crimson to deep blue at maturity. Fruit has a thick slipskin, resistant to cracking. Fruit holds well on the...
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  15. Marquis

    Marquis is a productive vine with large clusters of large spherical berries with melting texture and excellent flavor. Fruit holds well on the vine and after harvest. Marquis has been used to make a fruity table wi...
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  16. Marquette

    Marquette is rapidly becoming the most popular northern red grape variety. Typically maturing with high sugar content and moderate acidity, Marquette can produce complex wines with attractive ruby color and pronoun...
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  17. Maréchal Foch - Grafted

    Maréchal Foch is an early ripening black grape with small berries and clusters, often susceptible to bird predation. It can be made into a variety of wines ranging from light and fruity to full-bodied.
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  18. Maréchal Foch

    Maréchal Foch is an early ripening black grape with small berries and clusters, often susceptible to bird predation. It can be made into a variety of wines ranging from light and fruity to full-bodied.
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  19. Malvasia Bianca - Grafted

    Whether sweet or dry, Malvasia Bianca offers delightful aromas and flavors of honey and ripe Bosc pears with hints of allspice. Round, lushly fruity flavors and a plush texture lead to a finish that is determined by...
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  20. Malbec - Grafted

    Malbec was once popular in Bordeaux, but plantings have declined as it is susceptible to various viticultural hazards such as frost, coulure, and bunch rot. Known to require a milder climate than varieties such as M...
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  21. Louise Swenson

    Louise Swenson produces small to medium-sized clusters of round, medium-sized berries that turn yellow-gold when ripe. It has naturally low sugar with moderate acidity, wines are light-bodied with a delicate aroma o...
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  22. Léon Millot

    Léon Millot is a sister of Marechal Foch, earlier-ripening and typically more productive. Wines are similar to those made from Foch with distinct berry aromas and are often blended with Foch.
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  23. Lemberger - Grafted

    Not to be confused with cheese, Lemberger is used to produce low acid, varietal wines. It is gaining a reputation in the Finger Lakes region of NY as a variety with good wine potential and easier to grow than Pinot...
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  24. Landot Noir (Landot 4511)

    Landot Noir has both late bud break and early maturity, making it suitable for short-season climates. Makes a mild, fruity red wine used as a varietal or for blending.
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  25. Lakemont

    A full sibling of Himrod, Lakemont has milder flavor and more compact clusters with fairly small berries. Not as winter hardy as Himrod.
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  26. Labrusca Wine and Table Collection

    Great Buy! Collection includes 10 each of Concord, Niagara and Catawba grapevines suitable for zones 5 – 7. These versatile varieties can all be used for juice, wine, jams, jellies and fresh eating. This package w...
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  27. La Crosse

    La Crosse is a sister seedling of St. Pepin but does not require cross polination (it is self-fertile). Produces an aromatic varietal wine, sometimes fermented with oak, and also used for blending with lighter wines...
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  28. La Crescent

    La Crescent is one of the more popular Northern varieties and includes Muscat Hamburg in its geneology. La Crescent has high acidity and is used to produce off-dry to sweet wines, typically with apricot, peach, and...
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  29. L'Acadie Blanc

    L’Acadie blanc is a complex hybrid grown primarily in Nova Scotia where some consider it hardier than Seyval. Suitable for areas with cool, short growing seasons. Wines from fruit grown in warmer regions tend to...
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  30. King of the North

    King of the North is a Labrusca type grape that produces medium to large, round, dark, slipskin berries that are juicy and tart. Not typically used for wine as it is acidic with strong Labrusca characteristics.
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