Hi everyone, I'm a hobby gardener who enjoys preserving just about everything I can for off-season use. I've wanted to get into wine making. What are the best table grapes you are aware of that also make reasonably good wines? After the reading I've done, I'm aware that table grapes and wine grapes aren't the same thing, but it appears there are some table grapes that'll make a decent wine if sugar is added. Concord grapes are often called out as a table grape used for wine, but I wanted to inquire about other table grapes I can use for wine, jelly, raisins, etc before I pull the trigger and buy grape vines. Likewise, if there are good wine grapes that substitute for good table grapes, I'm interested in hearing about those too. Thanks for any help! -Jim Bentley South Portland, Maine.