Identifying 100+ years Grape

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  1. LilOuthouse

    LilOuthouse Junior

    Oct 9, 2017
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    Hey folks! I’m new to the group. I’m from Brier Island, Canada. My parents own my great-grandparents homestead in Riverdale (Digby, Co) NS. This vine has been growing “wildly” for 100 or so years. The family doesn’t know where the vine came from, or what kind of grapes grow. Maybe some of you can help me identify them? I looked around online and I think they might Malbec. But I’m not sure!

    Thank you in advance!! [​IMG]

    Additional info: New France, Weymouth, Canada also known as The Electric City, was settled by the Stehelin family in 1862.
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2017

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