I can't find a catalog that sells any only table grapes.
are you looking for the vines or just the grapes?
Here's a spot that sells wine grape vines. If you are looking for grapes to make your own wine try this google: buying wine grapes. It turned up a lot of source info.
Here is a link that might be useful: wine grape vines
Try eBay. I bought some Zinfandel vines there not long ago.
How did you do with those zinfindel vines? Did it take a good 2-3 years to get them up and coming? What is the yield per grapevine?
I am just DYING to add a bunch of concord grapevines to my suburban 'FARM" along with with the rest of the stuff i grow here, but i am hesitant, as i fear they will freeze over the harsh winters here in chicago..they are not CHEAP to buy..
Who in zone 5 has a good grape crop?
WHERE IS ZONE 5?
Sunflower123, zone 5 is a ways north of you ... it's anywhere where the winter temperatures are -10 to -20 degrees F.
Haven't had any luck with wine grapes up here yet - I know that there are some vineyards that have successful plantings of Seyval and maybe some Cabernet Franc near me but I don't know where they got their plantings.
Here is a link that might be useful: USDA Zone map
Try the St. Francois Vineyard.
Here is a link that might be useful: Nursery
I have ordered from Double A as well. The vines are awsome.
Here is a link that might be useful: Double A
I ordered my vines this year from Double A too. The nice thing about them is they have a huge variety to choose from and there is no minimum quantity required. I bought 3 vines of 5 varieties.