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White wine grape

Vitis vinifera 'Viognier'

Also known as

Grapevine

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Full Sun
Moderate watering
Half-hardy

10a

USDA zone

-1°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

12m

Max

60cm

5m

Min

30cm

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

White wine grape Overview

This is an ornamental and culinary grape. Sturdy supports are needed to give this woody vine the proper training it needs to form an effective and useful garden plant. It will climb by tendrils, and an ideal form of support is an overhead arbour that is shaded by the leaves of the grape vine, whilst at the same time it provides an easy way to harvest the grapes. It produces clusters that will hang down below the foliage into the shaded area. The soil should be moderately rich and slightly alkaline. Good drainage is essential and will help to prevent mildew. Give it regular, deep watering which is recommended for good fruit production and is generally more effective than using fertilizers. This species is the source of many of the grapes used to make fine wines. In the winter you should prune back to 2 or 3 growth buds.

How to propagate White wine grape

Cuttings

Propagation is from cuttings in late winter.

Other uses of White wine grape

Ornamental, foliage, fruit

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