The Muscadine grape is a species of native North American vines first discovered by European explorers of the Southeastern United States. The earliest named variety was Scuppernong, discovered in 1554. Muscadines are well-adapted to the warm, humid conditions of the Southeast where other grape varieties do not prosper. Today “the grape of the South” has been cultivated into more than 24 distinct varieties grown in traditional vineyard style.
The May 5, 2011 “Dr. Oz Show” featured muscadine grape juice as one of the primary cancer-fighting foods.
Please note: our color descriptors are based on the color of the juice as poured. Muscadine grapes do not necessarily comply with the red or white distinctions of other wine grapes.