Before planting the vine plants you should choose planting site and location of shrubs. When you are planting several varieties in different places of the garden, you should select the localisation, taking into account the time of ripening and frost resistance. The best locations in the garden, e.g. the walls of buildings, are the best for varieties less resistant to frost, of late fruit ripening period. Early and medium-early vines may be planted in slightly worse location. Pay attention if the vines are in sunny for all day. The vine is a thermophilic shrub and if you want to get a tasty fruit or wine of good quality you should choose the location very carefully. The best places are hillsides with a slight southern or south-west slope. Any shading is allowed only in the morning or in the late afternoon.