On May 3, 1813, under a scarlet morning sky, British forces commanded by Admiral George Cockburn attacked Havre de Grace. A small group of militia manning defensive cannons at Concord Point quickly retreated leaving only John O’Neill to commence firing upon the invaders. As a tribute to this heroic act, in 1827 O’Neill was appointed by President John Quincy Adams as the first keeper of the Concord Point Lighthouse. Located where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, the lighthouse anchors a waterfront promenade offering spectacular views. Made with Concord grapes, the Fiore Scarlette features a sweet familiar grape jelly/juice flavor. Excellent with fruits and deserts, as a sangria or mulled wine, or simply on its own. Serve well chilled.

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