I donâ€™t know the origin of this grapevine, but the property owners say it has been in the family for several generations. Vine is 7.5 inches at the base. There are three branches and each is approx. 2.5 inches in diameter. I cut the vine so each branch is about 24 inches long from the ground. I transplanted this (all of the roots too) in soil that is a mix of good earth and clay. The move from original soil to the new site was less than one hour. I put a light mix Of plant food in water that filled the hole and poured six gallons of water on the plant after it was seated In new soil. Question: May I ask for advice about how to insure the survival of this plant? The harvest off this vine Has been exceptional every year with rich purple concord grapes the size of plums. Hundreds of pounds Of fruit has been produced each season. The property was purchased for real estate development and the Vine was pushed to one side in a mound of dirtâ€¦from where I rescued it. I believe it is very old. I have Never seen heavy bark on a grapevine like this before and my experience with grapevines has never Included one the size of this one. If it survives transplantation, is it possible to get more plants from this one? I suspect the fruit may prove exceptional for wine production. Any feedback is welcome. Thank you!