I recently built two 100' trellises, adding to the two I put up in 2010. The posts are 20' apart, with a single wire at 5 1/2'. Distance between rows is 12', so this all looks like a little vineyard. The vines are centered between the posts, so 20 in all. I've begun pruning, as the leaves have finally fallen. Mainly separating all the extra trunks and vines from the permanent ones.
The varieties here are Ison's, Sugargate, Darlene, Big Red, Pam, and Supreme. Many of these were mentioned in another person's thread-
and I would say, were somewhat unfairly characterized there.
Another project I'm doing is taming some wild muscadine vines in my woods. I pulled one down two years ago, tied it to a 28' wooden trellis, and have been pruning back to fruitwood each winter. This week I pulled down two more (they're at least 80' long each), and still have the decision of how to support and initially prune them.
Anyone else enthusiastic about this fruit? I'd be interested in your experiences.