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Wine grapes, specifically cultivated for winemaking, are varieties known for their distinct flavors and characteristics that contribute to the wine's profile. Popular types include Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir, each with unique attributes suited to specific climatic conditions. The best time to plant wine grape vines is in late winter or early spring, when the soil is workable and before new growth begins. This timing allows the vines to establish roots and acclimate to their environment before the growing season. Properly planted and tended, wine grape vines can produce fruit for many years,

Available in Seedless, Table & Wine Grape Varieties


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