What do you when you have picked all your grapes for wine and are left with seconds? (What are seconds? They are the very small cluster of grapes above the fruit zone and are about 4 weeks behind in ripeness) Well…first you pick them. In our case we got around 55 pounds. And then you make jelly, lots of jelly!!! This is how we spent our Saturday. If you want a great recipe to make Pinot Noir, or other grape Jelly, that doesn’t mask the taste of your grapes with too much sugar, download the eBook, Health Begins in the Kitchen . We ended up with 55 1-cup Jelly Jars and an extra 8 cups of grape juice.