Answer: Most people complain about having trouble getting their grapes to bear, so this is an unusual question. Normally, the first year or two are spent establishing the vine and creating a good framework for carrying future yields. You might want to remove the clusters to allow the plant to devote its energy to the root system and developing a trunk rather than maturing the grapes. At this point I would hold off on any pruning until late next winter when it should be pruned back hard to just a few buds.
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