For a second batch you can try ester enhancement, but I don't know of a yeast that will give this ester in the amount you want without it being clouded with other esters and phenols.
He'Brew Rejewvenator actually brews with concord and merlot grapes. There are many answers here how to do fruit additions
What I would try actually is a post fermenation flavor addition on the porter you have now. Reduce some Manischewitz concord grape wine in a pot to the consistency of hot syrup. Using a beaker and pipet (or measuring cup and spoons) make additions of the reduction to small sample like 200ml. If you get the flavor you like then you scale the addition up to the full keg volume. You will need a preservative or cold storage to prevent secondary fermentation of the new sugars.
Hope this helps.