Vitis labrusca, commonly known as Catawba grape, is a deciduous bunch-grape native to North America. The Catawba grape can be used as fresh or dried berries, as well as for the production of grape juice, vinegar, jelly, and grape-seed oil.
This is the most common grape variety in North American vineyards, which usually produces fruit in early Fall. The ‘Catawba’ is resistant to diseases, easy to grow, decorative, and self-pollinating. It can grow up to 15-20 feet (4.5-6 m) in height and 8-15 feet (2.4-4.5 m) in width.