In the cool Nordic climate, wine varieties that are adapted to the somewhat shorter growing season are mainly used. The vines often survive down to -25 degrees C in the winter, but a difficulty with viticulture in Scandinavia is rather occations of late spring frost in connection with the bud cracking.
Other common varieties are Regent, Cabernet Cortis & Leon Millot (blue grapes), Phönix & Johanniter (green grapes). There are also growers who have opted for the classic Pinot Noir (blue) and Chardonnay (green).
Most of what is now planted are grafted seedlings, but there are also rooted seedlings, especially on the smaller farms.