When I was growing up we had a huge grape arbor in our back yard with a prolific Concord grapevine that provided enough grape jelly to last our family of 5 for a whole year. We all picked the grapes and my mother performed the magic that created the lucious pure jelly that we loved.
A few years ago I finally figured out where I could grow grapes at our house and found a seedless Concord grape vine and a Canadice seedless vine. Last year we got our first crop of grapes. See the photo. It wouldn't provide a years worth of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (my husband's regular lunch) but it was the first time I had tried making a jelly instead of a jam. It worked! I figured out enough of the magic to create that lucious treat. It was different because of the two varieties of grapes, but it was good! I just pruned the grapevines yesterday and I am already looking forward to another fall session of jelly making, from our own grapes, from our own soil.