Hi everyone. I have tended to a small vine which at first was in a pot, and I finally put in the ground in spring 2019. This year was its second year in the ground and it has stretched over our arbor very well and had a pretty good fruiting season. I think next summer will be a proper "mature" fruit. The grapes definitely had seeds, probably medium size. Once they turned colour to red the grapes were sweet. I've attached photos of the leaves and grapes. When I tried to match the leaves online a few years ago with these, I thought a variety called Frontenac might be it, but I really can't be sure. They never turned a dark red colour like in some of the photos online. The grape is growing in Metro Vancouver (Maple Ridge) and it was from a cutting from a (very) mature vine, not seed. I'm attaching some images taken in late August. Many thanks for taking a look.