Winegrowers Supplies  -  Grafted Vines, for delivery to you in April 2023

In the past 38 years I've sold more than 1,340,000 of the finest quality grafted vines from the best nurseries in Germany, France etc.
Clones and rootstocks (all resistant to Phylloxera) appropriate to the vine variety, your training system and soil structure / alkalinity.
Vines have double-waxed tops and roots pruned ready for planting.
Comprehensive advice is given free of charge.

You may be able to find vines a little cheaper from another supplier, but quality is much more important than saving a few pence. I've always purchased from the most reputable nurseries.

I can supply vines only in bundles of 25 of a variety, each having its own EC Plant Passport.
Regulations say the EC Plant Passports must be kept for at least 12 months. This is how they are packed in Germany and other EU nurseries:-

    

Prices (for the total of all varieties ordered):-

     25 - 50      £2.95 per vine
    75 - 150      £2.65
   175 - 400       £2.35
   425 - 775       £2.10
   800 - 1200       Euro 2.20
  1225 - 1975      Euro 2.05
  2000 - 3975      Euro 1.95
  4000 or more - please e-mail for a quote.

  for 4000+ vines I can arrange planting by a GPS-guided planting machine, please ask for the price.

Vines are 'food plants' so VAT zero rated, but standard rate VAT is chargeable on the price of planting.

Where Euro prices are shown, for sales in UK invoices will be in £ sterling converted from Euros at the exchange rate obtained when I transfer money.

All sales to EU countries will be invoiced in Euros for payment in Euros by Bank transfer. There is a minimum order of 100 vines for delivery to EU countries.

Packing and Delivery: to your address, within UK:  25 - 400 vines £19.50, 425 - 775 vines £35.00, 800 + vines £60.00
     for other countries there is a small additional charge.

Payment: I invoice from December onwards.
     Please confirm your order as early as possible, since demand for some varieties often exceeds the supply.
     Late orders are possible, up to end of March because of the complexity of importing into UK after Brexit.

To place an order:  please send an e-mail to Derek@winegrowers.info listing the vines you wish to buy, with your address for delivery. I will then e-mail you a confirmation.

Varieties available:  are shown on the list below, please click on the name for detailed information about the variety.

High-graft vines: (High-stem, Hochstamm, Haute Tigues, the main stock is around 80 cms, with the graft near the top) often I can supply these (only in cartons of 100 vines)
but the price is 2.20 Euros more per vine. Or there are Half-stem (Halbstamm, main stock around 65 cms) @ 2.00 Euros more per vine.
The only real advantage is when in-filling in an established vineyard. These vines need to be clipped to a trellis wire immediately after planting.

Organic vine-growing: I have never found a nursery who supplies vines certified as 'organic'; however, since it takes more than 2 years to produce a crop the Soil Association's 'conversion period' is complete before there is a crop. You should ask the Soil Association about this, they will give you full information on their requirements and what chemicals you can use. I've supplied vines to many customers who've registered with the Soil Association.

For 'organic' vine-growing I recommend Piwi varieties. Piwi (Pilzwiderstandsfähige) is a German term to define vine varieties that have been described previously as hybrids, direct producers, interspecific, disease-resistant or disease-tolerant.
Piwi implies a certain resistance or tolerance towards the fungal diseases that are present locally or worldwide. Such diseases infect all pure Vitis vinifera cultivars (e.g. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay etc.) where an out-of-control infestation can lead to total crop loss. These vinifera varieties need to be sprayed with approved fungicides 6 to 10 times during the growing season; the fungicides inevitably enter our environment.

  'Red grape' Varieties (clones) / rootstocks:-

 Pinot Noir (115, also many German clones Gm 1-3, Gm 1-47, Fr 1801, Mariafeld 1, 171 and 242) / SO4, Binova, Fercal, 125AA (and High-graft)
 Regent (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4 (and High-graft)
 Rondo (Piwi/disease-resistant) (Gm 1, Gm 39) / SO4, 125AA (and High-graft)

   also:
 Bolero (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Cabernet Cantor (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Cabernet Cortis (Piwi/disease-resistant) (Fr 680) / 5BB
 Divico (Piwi/disease-resistant) / 5C - a very popular new variety bred in Switzerland, there is a high Breeder's Licence fee on these, 25p extra per vine.
 Dornfelder (We 700) / SO4, Binova, 125AA (and High-graft)
 Frühburgunder (known in UK as Pinot Noir Precoce) (Gm 1, Gm 6) / SO4
 Pinot Meunier (977) / SO4, Binova

    and, later ripening:-
 Artaban (new French Piwi/disease-resistant) / R110, there is a high Breeder's Licence fee on these, 25p extra per vine.
 Cabernet Dorsa (We 750) / 5BB
 Cabernet Franc (327) / 5BB
 Cabernet Jura (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Cabernet Noir (Piwi/disease-resistant) / 5BB - there is a very large Breeder's Licence fee on these, 55p extra per vine
 Cabernet Sauvignon (169) / SO4 (and High-graft)
 Merlot (181, 343) / SO4, Binova (and High-graft)
 Muskat Bleu / SO4
 Petit Verdot (1058) / SO4
 Portugieser (175, Bu 29) / SO4, Binova, 125AA
 Syrah (470, 747) / S04
 Tempranillo / S04, R110

  'White grape' Varieties / Rootstocks:-

 Auxerrois (D 64, Gm 20) / SO4
 Bacchus (Gf 1) / SO4, Binova, 5BB (and High-graft)
 Calardis Blanc (Piwi/disease-resistant) / Binova
 Calardis Musqué (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Chardonnay (76, 95, 96) / SO4, Binova, Fercal, 125AA
 Kernling / SO4
 Muscaris (Piwi/disease-resistant) (Fr 400) / SO4, 5BB
 Orion (Piwi/disease-resistant) / Binova
 Phoenix (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4, 5BB
 Pinot Gris (52, 457, Gm 1-31, 1-32, Gm 1-33, SMA505) / SO4, 3309, 125AA (and High-graft)
 Saphira (Piwi/disease-resistant) /
 Seyval blanc (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4, 5BB
 Sirius (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Solaris (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Souvignier Gris (Piwi/disease-resistant) (Fr 420) / 125AA. 5BB
 Villaris (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4

   also:
 Bronner (Piwi/disease-resistant) / 5BB
 Huxelrebe (Az100) / 5BB
 Johanniter (Fr 340) (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4
 Madeleine Angevine / - no longer available, sorry
 Müller-Thurgau / SO4, Binova, 5C
 Ortega (Wü 25, Wü 30) / SO4
 Pinot Blanc (81N, Dr 209) / SO4, Binova, Borner, Fercal, 125AA
 Reichensteiner / 420A - very few are grafted now
 Sauvignon Blanc (242) / SO4, Fercal
 Schönburger (Gm 1) / SO4 - very few are grafted now
 Siegerrebe (48) / SO4
 Würzer (Az20) / 5BB
 Zweigeltrebe / S04

    and, later ripening:
 Cabernet Blanc (Piwi/disease-resistant) / SO4 - there is a very large Breeder's Licence fee on these, 55p extra per vine !
 Chasselas Blanc (Gutedel) or Chasselas Rose / SO4
 Chenin Blanc (220) / SO4, Binova
 Divona (Piwi/disease-resistant) / - a new variety bred in Switzerland, still in the trials stage so none available commercially yet.
 Gewürztraminer (C 643, Fr 46-106) / SO4
 Hibernal (Piwi/disease-resistant) (Gm 4) / SO4, Binova, 5BB (and High-graft)
 Kerner (We 1, LB 6) / SO4, Binova, 5C, 125AA
 Muscat Ottonel (B21-31) / SO4
 Muskateller Yellow (Fr 90) / SO4, Fercal, 125AA
 Perle von Zala / SO4, Binova
 Riesling (Gm 198-12, Gm 239-17, Gm 239-34, Trier 34) / SO4, Fercal and other rootstocks
 Scheurebe (JF22, JF55) / SO4, 125AA
 Silvaner (95, We 88) / Binova, SO4
 Ugni Blanc (Trebbiano) (TEA31) / 5BB
 Viognier (642) / SO4

  'Eating grape' Varieties (for greenhouses/polytunnels):-

 Himrod (white seedless) / SO4 - 25p extra per vine
 Lakemont (white seedless) / 5BB
 Sulima (white seedless) / SO4 - 25p extra per vine
 Suffolk Red (red seedless) / SO4

 Black Hamburg (Trollinger) /

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