Juice

  1. Alwood

    Alwood is similar in appearance to Concord with larger berries and a pronounced labrusca aroma. Vines are very productive, have above average disease resistance and grow well in a variety of soils.
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  2. Beta

    Beta is extremely hardy with good resistance to most diseases. Once the most widely grown grape in Minnesota where it is popular for its hardiness and juice and jelly quality.
  3. Bluebell

    Bluebell resembles Concord in size and color but matures earlier and is more cold hardy than Concord.
  4. Buffalo

    Buffalo is vigorous and productive, producing medium-sized blue slipskin grapes. Buffalo is recognized as the finest flavored early blue grape, with a marvelous aroma.
  5. Caco

    Caco produces large, full clusters of fancy, red berries. It is slipskin with sweet juicy flesh and aromatic grape flavor.
  6. Campbell Early

    Campbell Early is an excellent early Concord type that ripens 2 weeks earlier than Concord. Produces a high quality grape that lacks the "foxy" taste of many Labrusca cultivars. Reaches full color before it reache...
  7. Canadice

    Canadice produces compact clusters with medium size, pink to light red seedless berries. A slipskin variety with tender and edible skin with a distinct but not overpoweringly labrusca flavor.
  8. Captivator

    Captivator produces sweet, reddish-violet fruit that make excellent dessert grapes. This variety varies with climate; in the East, some say it has an "unusual fruit flavor".
  9. Catawba

    Widely grown in Ohio and Central NY as early as the mid 19th century and widely used for sparkling wine, Catawba was the most popular grape cultivated in the US prior to the introduction of Concord, and was the majo...
  10. Colobel

    Colobel produces a heavily pigmented juice useful for blending as a coloring agent, but wine quality by itself is considered poor. The blue-black berries ripen late.
  11. Concord

    Concord is the most famous American grape, described by Horace Greeley as "the grape for the millions" with vigorous, hardy and productive vines that produce medium-sized clusters bearing large blue-black berries. C...
  12. Concord - Grafted

    Concord is the most famous American grape, described by Horace Greeley as "the grape for the millions" with vigorous, hardy and productive vines that produce medium-sized clusters bearing large blue-black berries. C...
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  13. Dixie

    Dixie is a red self-fertile muscadine variety that is known to be one of the most productive varieties available. This extremely vigorous and cold hardy muscadine produces beautiful large clusters of red fruit and v...
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  14. Edelweiss

    Developed as a table grape, Edelweiss has medium-sized berries on large loose clusters. Wine is usually finished sweet and has pineapple overtones; fruit should be harvested at 14°- 16° brix to avoid strong Labr...
  15. Esprit

    Esprit produces large clusters of large white berries with a mild fruity flavor. Swenson described wines from Esprit as excellent and absent of Labrusca flavor and aroma. One of the least hardy Swenson crosses.
  16. Fredonia

    Fredonia is an early Concord-type, ripening about two weeks earlier. Valued for both table grape production and for wine.
  17. Ives

    Rare, jet-black variety with loose, medium-sized clusters and berries. Can be used to make deep red wines, typically with strong foxy flavor and odor that can improve with time; still used in commercial juice produ...
  18. Ives - Grafted

    Rare, jet-black variety with loose, medium-sized clusters and berries. Can be used to make deep red wines, typically with strong foxy flavor and odor that can improve with time; still used in commercial juice produ...
  19. John Viola

    John Viola appears to have both Labrusca and Riparia in its background. It has small, deep blue conical berries, lacks the high acidity typically found in Riparia hybrids, and ripens several weeks earlier than Conco...
  20. 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.
  21. 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...
  22. McCampbell

    McCampbell is a bud sport of Fredonia, similar in all respects except having much larger clusters.
  23. 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...
  24. Niagara – Grafted

    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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  25. 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.
  26. NY98.0228.02

    NY98.0228.02 is the first truly seedless Concord-type grape offering a flavorful berry with the attractive blue coloring of a Concord at nearly double the size. With its large and very productive vines, this vari...

  27. Reliance

    Reliance produces large clusters of round, red, medium-sized berries with tender skin non-adhering to flesh. Color is pink to red when fully mature with delicate Labrusca flavor and aroma, without noticeable seed t...
  28. Schuyler

    Schuyler is extremely productive, with large clusters of soft, juicy black berries largely lacking Labrusca flavors. Used as a table grape and for the production of a neutral light red wine.
  29. St. Croix

    St. Croix produces wines that have been compared to a light to medium burgundy. Sugar content and tannins are low at maturity, but St. Croix has been used both as a varietal and for blending.
  30. Steuben

    Steuben produces medium to large, compact clusters of medium-sized, spherical slipskin berries with a spicy tang. Steuben can produce an aromatic white, blush, or rosé wine.
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