Grape is one of the most important fruit crops of the world and contains many of the valuable ingredients necessary for life. It is also one of the important horticultural crops grown in India. Exports are must for economic growth of any country. The grape export from India was started in the year 1991 after economic liberalization. Total area under grape in India is 63700 ha. with production of 1667.7 thousand tonnes and export of about 85897.78 tonnes (5.15 per cent of total production) in the year 2006-07. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh are major grape producing states. The total area under grape in the world is around 75 lakh ha. with a production of 66.27 million tonnes (2006-07). Major grape exporting countries are Chile, South Africa, Spain, Italy, France etc. Concern book contains analysis of India?s performance in production, productivity and export of grapes with different dynamics, growth rates in relation to area, production, yield and export of grapes, Direction of export, Export competitiveness of grape for the country and the problems faced by grape growers in production and marketing as well as that of by exporters in grape export.