Grapevines are recognized as the ancestors of current cultivated grapes. This study was conducted in order to survey the relationship between grapevines subspecies of Sylvestris and cultivated variety of Rosheh in the woody regions of Pardanan of Piranshahr city and Qasem Rash of Sardasht city in West Azebiajan, Iran. In Pardanan, 8 genotypes of grapevines in addition to 8 genotypes of grapevines in Qasem Rash along with Rosheh variety were selected and numerous morphological traits in the different phonological stages of this vinery were studied. Based on cluster analysis, all genotypes of grapevine as well as cultivated variety of Rosheh were classified into three groups. The first group includes only PR1; i.e. the first genotype of Pardanan and the second group contains 15 genotypes including all genotypes of Sardasht and 7 genotypes of Piranshahr, and the third group only includes cultivated variety of Rosheh. In this classification, full similarity among GH7 & GH5, GH3, and GH6, & PR8, PR3 and PR4, PR5 & PR8 was obtained. Cultivated variety of Rosheh demonstrated too slight similarity with grapevines studied.