Muscadine

Vitis Vinifera, Red Grape

The Muscadine varietal wine grape

Mainly found in the Southern United States, Muscadine has been used to make wines since the 16th century. Generally wines made from this red grape are sweet, dessert wines due to the winemaker's tradition of adding sugar, although a version found in North Carolina, Scuppernong often creates drier, red wines.

 

Regions

0 bottles of Muscadine can be found on Corkings in the following regions: