Muscadines (Vitis rotundifolia) are a grapevine species native to the present-day southeastern United States that has been extensively cultivated since the 16th Century. Its recognized range in the United States extends from New York south to Florida, and west to Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. They are well adapted to their native warm and humid climate; they need fewer chilling hours than better known varieties and they thrive on summer heat. Muscadine berries range from bronze to dark purple to black in color when ripe. However, many wild varieties stay green through maturity. They have skin sufficiently tough that eating the raw fruit often involves biting a small hole in the skin to suck out the pulp inside. Muscadines are not only eaten fresh, but also are used in making wine, juice, and jelly.

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  • Chateau Morrisette Sweet Muscadine


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    Wine review by mark

  • Duplin Winery Muscadine Hatteras Red NV


    lived in hatteras red or carolina red..moved to alabama... want to order some!!! Read More

    Wine review by 322877710

  • Duplin Winery Muscadine Hatteras Red NV


    After lamenting the loss of availability in my area for Croft Pink, I'd been searching for a suitable substitute to sweeten my senses without submerging into sugarcoating. Duplin's Hatteras Red looks vibrant, smells slightly floral, lavishes the tongue with opulent sweetness, and yet throws in an air of mysterious character. What is that sensu... Read More

    Wine review by Aegelis

  • Lu Mil Vineyard Bladen Blush Sweet Muscadine Wine NV


    This is vitis muscadinia and I really do not have much experience with muscadine wine. It is sweet "blush" but not as sweet as a dessert wine. Ripe peaches and ripe melons with lots of sugar. Not much of a finish to speak of. Read More

    Wine review by pboss

  • Duplin Sweet Muscadine


    Not a wine drinker but love this one Read More

    Wine review by mommyoftwo1208

  • Childress Muscadine NV


    We tasted this at the winery last Friday. I had never had a Muscadine, before--or even seen it on a store shelf. So, I was not going to miss this opportunity to try one. Overall it is a fun easy to drink wine. The Childress example is sweet, although I understand that it is not uncommon for Muscadine to be fermented dry. Lots of fruit flavo... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • We've been traveling--friends' wedding in North Carolina.  So, ... an annoying resiny flavor.Muscadine -- We had to try the wine made from the North Carolina state grape.  Muscadine is the only grape that Childress buys from other growers.  All their other wines are made from estate grown grapes.  They make both a red and a white Muscadine win... Read More

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  • Stony Mountain Vineyards Christmas Sweet


    A muscadine wine that is nice and sweet with just the right amount of dryness. It is very smooth and could be enjoyed by itself. Read More

    Wine review by samnavy1417

  • Casa de Sue Winery la Rosa Sweet 2007


    Great Louisiana wine! Different from any other wine on the market. Muscadine wine, Sweet, refreshing, delicious. Read More

    Wine review by lblauv1

  • Lynn, I've got a bottle of Stony Knoll Cab from the Yadkin Valley, courtesy ... local specialties made from muscadine, there's wine to try close to home. Welcome to the Foru Read More

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