Due to the importance of the grape in French agriculture and commerce, it's not surprising that it was used as a motif in printed textiles. The first swatch pictured below is a very early (ca. 1820) Alsace print with a grape motif and an unusual color scheme.
The next four examples are all mid- to late- 19th century. Note the similarity between the motif of the red and white toile and the red and gray print.
And the real thing in mid-summer, when the tender, young grapes are green and still growing.