I've just been browsing this page from the University of Minnesota
detailing a few of the state's foremost new-generation hybrids expressly developed for wine production in a continental North American climate. To be sure, the trial plantings and research were done in Minnesota, but it stands to reason that the varieties in question will see use in other neighboring states as well as, potentially, in parts of northern Ontario and certainly in Quebec (Frontenac, for example, is well established there already).
In addition to the main wine grapes (Frontenac, Frontenac Gris and Marquette) are the table/juice varieties
, which are multi-purpose by nature (e.g. Edelweiss is already well known as a midwestern white labrusca wine grape).
I found the site overall to be most enjoyable. It is good to know that continental-climate viticulture has an increasingly brighter future with every tested release that makes it into general distribution.