One of the approximately 30 American species or Wild vines that are in the southeast of the United States especially in the states Louisiana. Oklahoma and Texas is at home. Trivial synonyms are Big Summer Grape, Pine Wood Grape, Post Oak Grape, Sand grape, South Western Aestivalis, Turkey Grape and Vine Wood Grape. Botanical synonyms are Vitis lincecumii Buckley, Vitis lincecumii var. Lactea small and Vitis lincecumii var. Glauco Munson. The vine has a good resistance to that phylloxera, Swiss native Hermann immigrated to the USA Hunter For this reason (1844-1895) she often used it for his breeding.
It is very similar to the species Vitis aestivalis, but has slightly larger berries and seeds than this. In his work "Keys to the Flora of Oklahoma", the US researcher UT Waterfall suggested that the two species should not be distinguished. This was granted, one of the three varieties of Vitis aestivalis is now called Vitis aestivalis var. Lincecumii, Grape varieties with Lincecumii genes are Cayuga White. Chambourcin. Chancellor. Gloire de Seibel. Melody. Munson. Seyval Blanc. Ten dollar prize. St. Pepin and Vidal Blanc, See also under American vines and Vines systematics,