Hardiness Zone 5

  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.
  2. America

    America is described in The Grapes of New York (Hedrick, 1907) as being one of the best native grapes for a dark wine and to make a very good port, lacking the foxy taste of Concord and Niagara. It is a PD resistan...
  3. Arandell- Grafted

    First release from Dr. Bruce Reisch's "no spray" grape breeding program at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva. High disease resistance and potential to produce red wines of good quality. Good...
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  4. 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.
  5. Black Spanish - Grafted

    Black Spanish is an older variety that is tolerant to Pierce’s disease (it can carry the disease and thus be a source of infection if insect vectors are present with no reduction in yield, but Black Spanish vines...
  6. Bluebell

    Bluebell resembles Concord in size and color but matures earlier and is more cold hardy than Concord.
  7. 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.
  8. 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...
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  9. Chancellor

    Chancellor is considered among the better French-American varieties in terms of wine quality. It can produce a medium-bodied wine that ages well. Vines tend to be over-productive and may require some cluster thinn...
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  10. Chelois

    Chelois is a highly ranked French-American variety used as a varietal or for blending with other red hybrids. Like many French-American hybrids, it may require cluster thinning to prevent overcropping. Chelois comb...
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  11. Chelois - Grafted

    Chelois is a highly ranked French-American variety used as a varietal or for blending with other red hybrids. Like many French-American hybrids, it may require cluster thinning to prevent overcropping. Chelois comb...
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  12. 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...
  13. Concord Seedless

    A sport of Concord with clusters and berries smaller than Concord. Fruit matures earlier than Concord with good flavor; perfect for pies and preserves.
  14. Corot Noir

    Corot Noir produces distinctive deep red wine with attractive berry and cherry aromas and can be used for varietal wine production or for blending. Corot Noir is considered to represent a distinct improvement in re...
  15. DeChaunac

    DeChaunac is a productive, vigorous variety with large, loose clusters resistant to bunch rots. Cluster thinning is usually required to produce quality wines as overcropped vines are known to produce relatively low...
  16. Everest Seedless™ (NY98.0228.02)

    Everest Seedless™ (NY98.0228.02) is a truly seedless Concord-type grape offering a flavorful berry with the attractive blue coloring of a Concord at nearly double the size. Enjoy its soft, juicy distinctly fla...

  17. Faith

    Faith is a blue, non-slipskin, seedless grape that is the earliest maturing of the 2012 Arkansas table grape releases - late July to early August in Arkansas. It has neutral to slightly fruity flavor. Vines usually...
  18. Fredonia

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

    Frontenac produces grapes with high sugar and high acidity used to produce dry red wine, rosé, and port. Wines typically present aromas of cherry and other red fruits. Acid reducing techniques are often used by the...
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  20. Geneva Red

    Geneva Red is highly vigorous and highly productive. Can make a dark red wine with classic hybrid aroma and with better tannin structure than other hybrids such as Baco Noir and De Chaunac.
  21. Isabella

    In the early 1800s, Isabella was widely planted in the North Atlantic and New England States where Catawba could not reliably ripen, but it fell out of favor after Concord was introduced. Isabella can withstand tro...
  22. 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...
  23. 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...
  24. Joy

    Joy is a blue, non-slipskin, seedless grape with thin skin and exceptional fruity flavor. Sometimes contains hard seed traces. Fruit cracking is rare but ripe berries may shatter at maturity in some years.
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  25. Jupiter

    Jupiter has large clusters of large, reddish-blue berries with mild muscat flavor. Non-slipskin with crisp flesh texture, although skins are relatively thin, fruit cracking is not common.
  26. 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.
  27. 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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  28. 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.
  29. 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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