September. Blue/black. A Concord seedling with larger, darker fruit than the original Concord. An outstanding all purpose grape, extremely hardy and high-yielding. Very immune to disease and insect problems. Commercial growers may consider its uneven ripening pattern a draw back. Zones 4-8.
Mid September. Dark blue black. Very hardy and vigorous but requires less pruning than other varieties. Sweet, fine quality fruit good for jams, jellies, and juices. Makes a rich flavored juice. Disease resistance is similar to Concord. Zones 4-8.
Late September. Blue. Well known standard for home use and juices. Vigorous and hardy vines. Fruit ma be susceptible to black rot which may require spraying. Still the most popular juice variety. Zones 4-8
Late September. White Grape with extra fruity flavor. Thick skinned, has good disease resistance. High brix. Vigorous and hard to -30F. . Zones 3-8
Late September. Deep bluish-black slipskin with a very full cluster. Seems disease resistant. Delightful spicy flavor. One of our favorites for fresh eating and juice. Zone 4.