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It's possible that this is a wild grape, commonly known as Fox grapes. At this time of year, they will be very acidic and not taste very good even tho they LOOK ripe. I have lots of wild grape thruout the woods here and they are never sweet until after a frost. And,yes, they are much smaller than a Concord.
 

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These grapes pare far from sweet and bitter. Should I try to make wine with them?
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I agree--never make wine from a fruit that doesn't taste good. Wine is only as good as the fruit.
 

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