Plant what you brew with. If you like American hoppy beers, plant the "C" hops. If you like beers from the mother land, plant the nobles. If you want hands off, like me, plant the american varieties that produce out the a$$. I've been leaning more towards hands off over the last few years and there are some great breeds out there that will produce with little care If you look. My second year newport got it's dick (ok, vagina since we're talking about female plants here
) kicked in again this year but it's still looking like I'll get a brewable harvest from a dwarf plant this year. Cascade seems to be a winner everywhere. Your climate is drastically different than mine so that is all that I can suggest, but definately grow some next year!
Edit: I just noticed you called them vines. They're perennial brotha, so they're called bines. SHOW SOME RESPECT!!