The Moore’s red Grape (also known as “Brighton”) is a red, seeded, large, late ripening grape. Taste is labrusca from its concord parentage), richly sweet, and most unusual of all, very similar to a muscadine. So aromatic when picked at peak of ripeness the aroma can fill a room. Named after Brighton, NY, hometown of its originator, Jacob Moore (of Moore’s Diamond fame). Very exclusive, very few nurseries (we can’t find any online) offer this variety anymore. One of the few online articles we found dated back to 1887 praising its qualities as an excellent table & dessert grape. Like its concord parent, it is a good keeper & is an excellent all-purpose grape. We like it for wine because of its muscadine taste.