Concord Seedless: Grapes are smaller than regular Concord and will have an occasional seed. The flavor is the same as a regular Concord grape but slightly sweeter. The Concord Seedless generally ripens 1 week earlier than the seeded. This grape is excellent for pies, jams, jellies, and wine. Once the vine becomes established it shows improved vigor and productivity.
Himrod: Hardiness of the white seedless. It is of the finest quality for eating. Ripens in mid-August in Zone 6. The vines do well in warmer areas of Zones 4,5,6. Hardy to -15.
Reliance: This grape in VERY winter hardy. It has large clusters and is an excellent table grape or can be for commercial uses. Good all over the Midwest. Hardy to -34. Medium size fruit.
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Table Grape vs. Wine Grape
Wine grapes tend to be smaller, have higher acidity and thicker skins whereas grapes for the table have thinner skins, often are seedless and are sweeter.
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