Bistro Table
18" dia. x 28" or 34" h. Ideal for indoor or outdoor use.  Handpainted ceramic platter on forged steel base.  Food sate.  Hand wash.
       Varietal Wine Grapes Wave Bowl
Hand formed and handpainted food safe bowl. Suggested uses:
sculptural art and/or for food and/or as a container.  Food safe.  Hand wash.
Grouping of Serving Platters
Slip cast, hand painted platters are suitable for display in stands or on wall.  Food safe.  Hand wash.  Buy individually or as a group.  Custom order.
Varietal Wine Grapes Tiles and Trivets
Handpainted  6" x 6" or 8" x 8" ceramic tiles set into optional wrought iron frame.  Suitable for display on wall and/or use as a trivet/hot plate.
Bowls and Wine Racks
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Varietal Wine Grapes Oval Platters
Hand painted  platters, 9" x 20 1/2".  Suitable for display on wall and/or as a serving platter.
Great for presenting with grapes, crackers and cheese, as a bread plate, or for asparagus. Food safe.  Hand wash.
Cache Pots
These twice fired terra cotta pots were hand painted, then kiln fired again.  Perfect to set your potted plants into for a decorative look. 
Use indoor only or well protected under covered patio.

"Wine Cellar" plaque with Varietal Wine Grapes Motif
Tile Trivet with Varietal Wine Grapes Motif
Holds 7 bottles.  Handle at top.
Click here for prices and to see the full line of Varietal Wine Grapes tiles, trivets and plaques.
Writing, such as 'Wine Cellar' (or other) can be added to the front or back of most ceramics for a minimal charge.
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Single Species Wine Grapes

Vitis vinifera grapes (wine)

Red wine grapes
Abouriou
Acolon
Agiorgitiko
Aglianico
Alexsandrouli
Alicante Bouschet
Alvarelhão
Ancellotta
Barbera
Bastardo / Trousseau
Blauer Portugieser / Kékoportó
Blaufränkisch / Lemberger / Kékfrankos / Gamé
Bonarda
Bondola
Bual
Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Canaiolo
Carignan / Carignane / Cariñena / Carignano
Carmenère
Carnelian
Charbono
Cinsaut /Cinsault
Corvina
Dolcetto
Dornfelder
Durif / Petite Sirah
Freisa
Gamay / Gamay Noir
Garganega
Garnatxa / Grenache / Garnacha / Cannanou
Graciano
Grignolino
Kadarka
Kratosija
Lagrein
Lambrusco
Macabeo
Malbec / Auxerrois / Côt
Mavro
Mavrodafni
Mavrud
Mencia
Merlot
Millot
Mission
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
Mourvèdre / Monastrell / Mataro
Nebbiolo
Négrette
Negroamaro
Nero d'Avola
Okuzgozu
Ojaleshi
Petit Verdot
Pinot meunier / Schwarzriesling / Müllerebe
Pinot Nero
Pinot Noir / Spätburgunder / Blauburgunder
Pinotage
Poulsard
Refosco / Refošk
Rondinella
Roriz
Rotberger
Ruby Cabernet
Rubired
Ruché
Rufete / Tinta Pinheira / Tinta Carvalha / Rufeta
Sagrantino
Sangiovese
Saperavi
Schiava / Trollinger
Sercial
Shiraz / Syrah
Sousão
St. Laurent
Taminga
Tannat
Tarrango
Tempranillo / Tinta Roriz / Ull de Llebre
Teroldego
Terret Noir
Tinta Barroca
Tinta Cao
Touriga Franca / Touriga Francesa
Touriga Nacional / Azal Espanhol / Preto de Mortágua
Valdiguié
Verdicchio
Xynomavro
Zinfandel / Crljenak Kaštelanski / Primitivo
Zweigelt / Zweigeltrebe / Rotburger

White wine grapes
Airén
Albariño / Alvarinho
Aligoté
Arneis
Auxerrois
Assyrtiko
Bacchus
Catarratto
Chardonnay
Chasselas / Gutedel -- oldest known grape variety
Chenin Blanc
Clairette Blanc
Colombard
Cortese
Courtiller Musque
Crouchen
Doradillo
Fiano
Flora
Folle Blanche
Furmint
Fromenteau
Garganega
Gewürztraminer
Goldriesling
Greco
Grüner Veltliner
Hárslevelű
Juhfark
Kerner
Macabeo / Macabeu
Malvasia, includes several sub-varieties
Marsanne
Mauzac
Melon de Bourgogne
Moscato / Moscatell / Moscatel / Muscat
Moschofilero
Mtsvane
Müller-Thurgau
Muscadelle / Tokay
Ondenc
Palomino / Palomino Fino
Parellada
Pedro Ximénez
Pinot Blanc / Pinot Bianco / Weissburgunder
Pinot Grigio / Pinot Gris
Prosecco
Riesling / Johannisberg Riesling / Rheinriesling / Klingelberger
Rieslaner
Rkatsiteli
Roussanne
Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Vert
Scheurebe
Sémillon
Silvaner / Sylvaner / Oesterreicher
Smederevka
Sultana
Symphony
Tocai Friulano (will be renamed to just Friulano by 2007, may be same variety as Sauvignon Vert)
Torrontes
Traminer / Savagnin Blanc / Savagnin Rosé
Trebbiano / Ugni Blanc
Trollinger
Trousseau Gris / Grey Riesling
Verdelho
Verdicchio
Vermentino
Vernaccia
Viognier
Welschriesling / Riesling Italico
Xarel·lo / Xarello
Xynisteri

Vitis vinifera (wine and table)
Black Rose
Muscat
Sultana / Thompson Seedless
Valencia

Vitis labrusca (wine and table)

Wine grapes
Catawba
Concord
Delaware
Niagara
Ivy

Vitis riparia (wine grape rootstock and hybridization source)
Riparia Gloire
Riparia Grand Glabre
Riparia Scribner
Riparia Martin

Vitis rotundifolia (table and wine)
Muscadine
Scuppernong

Vitis aestivalis (wine)
Norton / Cynthiana

Vinifera hybrids (wine)
Hybrid grape varieties (see Hybrid grapes) or "hybrids" is, in fact, the popular term for a subset of what are properly known as hybrids, specifically crossings between one species of the genus vitis and another. The scientific definition of a hybrid grape is any crossing (intra- or inter-specific) of two grape varieties. In keeping with the popular definition, however, the ones listed below are inter-specific hybrids where one parent is a European grape.

Agawam, Vitis labrusca x Vitis vinifera
Aurora
Aurore
Baco 22A (Baco blanc)
Baco noir (Baco 1)
Cayuga White
Chambourcin
Chancellor
Chardonel
Chelois
Couderc Noir
De Chaunac
Edelweiss
Elvira
Esprit
Kay Gray
L'Ambertille
La Crosse
Léon Millot
Marechal Foch
Melody
Ravat
Rayon d'Or
Regent
Rondo
Rougeon
St. Croix
St. Pepin
Seyval Blanc
Traminette
Vidal Blanc
Vignoles / Ravat 51
Villard Blanc