Muscadine Grapes

A juicy, smooth-skinned berry that grows on a woody wines. The grapes grows in clusters that range from as few as 6 to as many as 30. The berries may be black, blue, green, purple. red or white depending on the variety of the plant. Muscadine Grapes have a high sugar content, which makes them a good source of energy.

Muscadine grapes grow throughout the Southeast, from North Carolina to Eastern Texas. Once the berries began to ripen they often began to fall off singly. The best known variety, the NOBLE, CARLOS and MAGNOLIA has medium sized berries. Though are mostly home vineyards, Muscadine grapes are widely planted.