Thank you. Much appreciated.
I rooted all of my vines from cuttings. 120 or so. You want to take cuttings from the most current years growth. I take a cutting with 4 buds, the bottom cut is about an inch below the bottom bud and the top cut is 4 to 6 inch above the top bud and should be cut at a 45 deg. angle creating a point. I do that to indicate which side is up. Don't want to plant upside down. 2 buds get buried in soil and 2 above ground is for new growth.
I take my cuttings in Feb, March in Louisiana, just before budding out.
I have planted in pots and in ground. Both work, if planting in pots, don't transfer until you have good root growth. If planting in ground, water regularly, soil should stay damp.
This method has been 85 -95% successful for me. I have never used growth hormones.
If you get cuttings from a vinyard when they trim their vines, go ahead and plant as soon as possible, freshest cutting are the most successful.
Cuttings should be cut when vines are dormant.
Muscadines are completely different, they will not grow from cuttings.