Definition of Common grape vine
1. Noun. Common European grape cultivated in many varieties; chief source of Old World wine and table grapes.
Terms within: Vinifera Grape
Group relationships: Genus Vitis, Vitis
Generic synonyms: Grape, Grape Vine, Grapevine
Specialized synonyms: Chardonnay, Chardonnay Grape, Pinot, Pinot Grape, Sauvignon Grape, Cabernet Sauvignon Grape, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Muscadet, Riesling, Zinfandel, Chenin Blanc, Malvasia, Muscat, Muskat, Verdicchio
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Literary usage of Common grape vine
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1. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"V. vinifera (common grape vine).—Ol the numerous varieties of the common Grape Vine the following may be alluded to : Pur- ..."
2. The History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley: To which is Appended a by Timothy Flint (1832)
"... and would furnish, without sensible diminution, masts and spars for all the navies in the world. VINES AND CREEPERS. The common grape vine, ..."
3. Hortus Jamaicensis, Or, A Botanical Description, (according to the Linnean by John Lunan (1814)
"The leaves and-- flowers vej-y marly- resemble those of tlie common grape-vine ; the former have inch-, long foots!a ks, they are soft, green on ihe upper ..."
4. Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri by Missouri State Horticultural Society (1895)
"A common grape-vine in the western part of the State along the Missouri river, and other smaller stream?. It is found in Andrew, Atchison, Howard, Pike, ..."
5. The English Flower Garden: Design, Arrangement and Plans Followed by a by William Robinson (1895)
"Of the numerous varieties of the common Grape Vine the following may be alluded to : Purpurea. — This is one of the deepest purple-foliaged plants we ..."