Good morning, everyone, First of all, I want to thank the folks in this community for helping me keep our grape vine alive a couple of months ago, when the leaves were turning yellow. I'm happy to say that the vine recovered somewhat, and was able to mature four small clusters of grapes for harvest. A great result, as far as I'm concerned. My hope is that we can harvest the seeds to grow seedlings next spring. However, I'm hoping to create a 'failsafe' on this process by having someone identify the exact variety of grape vine that we're working with. That way, if all else fails, I can go out and purchase a plant of the same variety in the future. So, I'm attaching a couple of photos of the grapes and vine. If someone would like to take a shot at identifying them, I'd really appreciate it. I can even take a few to a seasoned expert in the Lower Mainland for a tasting, if that would ensure the accuracy of the assessment. As you can see from the photos, the grapes ar a very dark purpleish-blue, with a light grey patina that can be rubbed off with a cloth. The grapes are perfectly round, and grow to about 2cm in diameter, at most. The liquid between the skin and the flesh is sweet, but the flesh itself is fairly sour. Happy to answer any other questions that may help in the process. And thanks again for your time.