Greetings guys. I'm new to the forum and new to the vineyard wine hobby. Right now I'm working on designing a setup in my backyard to get everything setup this fall for a spring planting (Las Vegas, NV area). I already have 25 muscat blanc plants reserved to be shipped this spring (25 was as small as I could order and I know I don't have that much room). I'm planning on tearing out some landscaping to put the vineyard in, but I'm looking for suggestions on spacing/trellis systems. I've read a few books and have a general idea of the normal planting specs, but I wanted to see if someone with a similar setup has any advice. I've attached a few pictures of the area I'm going to plant. My first thought was attempting to do about 3 rows of 5 plants. The area is 17x36. So that would give me 4 feet between rows (on both sides) and 6 feet between plants. I realize this is far below the suggested area so I wasn't sure if more plants with less production would be better than fewer plants with higher production... so if fewer is the answer.. then should I go with a geneva trellis style? Also, initially I'm going to trim the tree way back instead of just removing it, everything else in the back area behind the berm will be removed.