I think all the water last fall and this spring may have nearly drowned my grape vine. Excuse my lack of proper grape vine terminology - I am but a humble mostly vegetable gardener with 1 very hardy grape vine that is about 30 years old. None of the lateral vines have swelling in any of the buds. Nada, zip, nunca. However - there is about 3 feet of new growth coming from the base - several new vines have sprouted out near the base on old vines, but there is no evidence of growth beyond 18" on either side of the main trunk in any vine from last year or older. Some of the old vines were dripping from the March pruning, and some are still wet, but the dripping seems to have stopped. So - what to do? Do I cut off all the old growth and start training the new vines? Do I wait and see if any of the buds start to open? Should I remove some of the new sprouts or let a couple them grow out so I can bury them next spring to start new trunks? The new vines even have clusters on them - should I clip those off? I attached some pics - any help is appreciated.