Well, I was thinking of that and I don’t want bugs. Other crawling vine type foliage would be OK but flowers would draw bees too.
The grape vines just look way better than anything else.
It seems your vines are more for aesthetic or landscaping purposes. Do you have a preference as to what color grapes you want? Concordes and certain Muscadines are a nice dark purple (and have thick skins). Scuppernongs are greenish bronze (They also have thick skins. They are a variety of muscadine). The above all taste great too. I am not sure how well they would do in Ohio, you would have to look it up. Those are just the types of vines I am most familiar with. :-)
Muscadines in a bowl (the greenish ones are the scuppernong variety of muscadine)
Concord grapes (these often do better in northern climes and might work out great for your area):
Concords are the type of grapes used in making grape jelly and grape candies and etc. The "grape" flavor comes from concord grapes. They are so yummy.