Most of the cuttings took root and grew into nice vines that we had to prune back and vertically train to supporting stakes.
No production of grapes yet, that takes a few years.
We had some issues with powdery mildew, but nothing that could not be managed with all-organic spray.
At this moment we're early March, and most of them already sprung back to life. showing new fresh leaves.
These cuttings have been planted without grafting to American rootstock. That leaves them vulnerable to pests like
grape phylloxera and parasitic nematodes. Grafting is a necessity for commercial growers. However, for small urban vineyards growing grape vines from cuttings can be a rewarding experience.