One of about 30 American species or wild vines with the correct and complete botanical name Vitis x doaniana Munson ex Viala (the "x" denotes the fact of a crossbreed). It is a hybrid of a cross between wild vines of Vitis acerifolia x Vitis mustangensis. Trivial synonyms are Bush Grape and Doan's Grape. The vine prefers sandy, clay and loamy soils and is often found along rivers. It is found in the south of the USA in Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Although the vine is used for the production of wine, it has no significance for viticulture. See also under American Vines and Vine System.