We have plenty of wine/juice grapes, but only one black eating grape; a classic Black Hamburg.
Probably one of the best known eating grape varieties in N Europe, it is easy to grow, produces large crops, and is delicious. It has countless different names, including Black Muscat, and Muscat de Hambourg.
Developed by a Mr R Snow of Bedfordshire in 1850, it is now extremely widespread throughout glasshouses across the UK.
I planted mine in 2017. Last year it gave me a taster of what's to come, by producing two small bunches. This year it is covered in flowers, and should produce up to 50 bunches.
I shan't let it get any bigger than it already is. If I decide I want more, I'll plant another elsewhere.
I can hardly wait.