When do I order and plant my grapevines?2020-07-08T21:25:08+00:00

We take orders all year round but only ship March 15th – June 1st. We recommend planting the vines after March 15th and before June 1st. Any planting after that is not advised. Please refer to our planting instructions for a time table to “warming up” and planting your vines.

When is the last day to order for THIS year?2024-04-30T15:12:49+00:00

Your order must be placed before June 15th. Beginning July 1, all orders received will be “pre-orders” for the following year.

How will my vines be delivered?2023-12-13T00:11:43+00:00

We use UPS for all shipments.

Do you ship to my state?2023-12-13T00:12:46+00:00

We are able to ship to most places in the United States. Some states require a bit more paperwork which we can work out with you if necessary.

Can you suggest or recommend a variety good for my area?2023-12-21T16:50:54+00:00

Grapevines Galore does not provide consultation or give recommendations on variety selections, clones, or rootstock. We encourage growers to do their own research in finding a suitable variety for their location and needs.

What credit cards do you accept?2017-08-31T01:05:13+00:00

We currently accept all major credit cards including AMEX.

Do your offer a guarantee?2023-12-13T00:14:27+00:00

Grapevines Galore does not offer replacements. We do provide very detailed steps to follow to help ensure survival of your vines.

Cancellations and Refunds2024-02-06T19:26:21+00:00

We do not allow cancellations, order changes, or refunds. Please double check your order before purchasing.

How will the charges appear on my statement?2024-04-30T15:13:30+00:00

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What if my vines have budded out when I receive them?2017-08-31T00:47:48+00:00

This is not a problem—you just need to be careful handling the vines. Try not to knock off any of the buds when planting. If this happens though the vine will produce another bud to replace the one you accidentally removed. Make sure you follow the planting instructions to ensure the tender green growth does not get sunburned.

Why is it so expensive to ship such a small order?2023-12-13T00:16:22+00:00

Because these are live plants, they must travel quickly to their destination. We use UPS and often ship 3 Day Select and that’s not cheap. Unfortunately, shipping costs are no different for one vine or 25 vines. We ship on Mondays and Tuesdays to make sure they get to you before the weekend.

How often do I water my vines?2017-08-31T00:44:06+00:00

Your vines should be watered as soon as you have them in the ground. This will eliminate any air pockets that may be around the root system. After that the vines should be kept moist but not saturated. Please refer to our planting instructions for detailed information.

When will my vines produce grapes?2017-08-31T00:48:17+00:00

You should start to get a small crop by the 3rd year the vines are in the ground. Full production is usually around 5 years.

How do I know if the grapes are seedless?2017-08-31T00:44:00+00:00

If the word “seedless” is in the name, it is seedless. All other varieties have seeds. All wine grape varietals do have seeds.

What about rootstocks?2017-08-31T01:17:39+00:00

All of our vines are grafted to phylloxera resistant rootstocks. When we receive your order, we will choose the appropriate rootstock for your area.

What is the timetable for acclimation “warming up” of grapevines2017-08-31T01:10:13+00:00

Timetable for acclimation “warming up” of grapevines:

  • January thru February 15th – no acclimation necessary
  • February 16th – February 28th – 3 days
  • March 1st – March 15th – 5 days
  • March 16th – March 31st – 7 days
  • April 1st – April 30th – 10 days
  • May 1st – 31st – 2 weeks

Note: The above schedule is the recommended time frame to use as reference for planting your vines after delivery. For example, if I receive my vines on May 3rd I will wait to plant until May 17th. If you are experiencing a heat wave at that time we highly recommend you further wait until the weather cools down. During this time make sure you continue to keep the vines moist and out of the sun until planting.

How many grapevines will I need to make wine?2020-07-08T21:29:25+00:00

10 vines will yield ~5 bottles of wine (750ml)

This is a tough question to answer because every variety, vineyard and region are a little different.  That said, an average vine will produce about 30-40 clusters.  Each cluster will weigh about 1/3 – 1/2 of a pound.  It takes 14-15 pounds of grapes to make a gallon of juice. There are still alot of variables to consider.  But these numbers suggest that you will yield about 1 gallon of wine for every 10 vines.  There are about 5 bottles of wine in a gallon.


Where is Grapevines Galore located?2023-12-13T00:20:28+00:00

We are located in Washington state. Our mother company, Grey Creek Viticultural Services, has been in the business of selling grapevines and grapevine material since 1996. Our physical address is 32508 W Kelly Rd Benton City, WA 99320.


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