Abstract: The climatic data of 120 meteorological stations in Shandong Province(provided by China Meteorological Administration) for 30 years (1979—2008) are used in this study, excluding three stations whose data are lost or which are not suitable to plant grapes. Based on the climate data of 120 meteorological stations, Shandong Province can be classified by using the zoning indexes proposed by Lihua et al. with the number of frost free days as the first index, the dryness index (DI, from April to September) as the secondary index and the mean lowest temperature below -15℃ as the tertiary index. The results show that the DI in the growing period (from April to September) is a good index in judging whether an area is suitable for vine cultivation, but is not a good index in estimating how good the area is for vine cultivation. So in this paper, the precipitation in the mature season (from July to September) is chosen as the fourth index. These indices are handled by Excel software and are plotted by ArcGIS software. By applying this zoning system, Shandong Province is divided into 7 cultivated zones, with one that can produce the highest quality grapes, one for high quality grapes, 3 zones for general quality grapes and one zone that can only produce wine. An evaluation on the varieties adopted in every zone is made and it is concluded that Shandong Province is suitable to grow late-harvested or surplus mature grape varieties.