Scuppernong is a historically important Native American Muscadine variety. This bronze-skinned grape is a member of the Vitis rotundifolia family, which includes the first native grapes to produce wine. Scuppernong, which has a typically grapey, musky flavor, has been cultivated since 1809. However, wine is said to have been made from wild vine fruit by French immigrants in the mid-16th century. Known by many aliases, including Hickman’s Grape and Bullace, it is mostly grown in the southeastern and Gulf states of the U.S., where it can reach 18% fruit sugar. Ripening near mid-season, it produces sweet-finished white wines. Reportedly, it is very resistant to Pierce’s disease.

At home in the humidity of Florida, you yield more fruit than the Miami Gay Pride parade. Yes, you are quite an original; in fact, you are the original. Your family, Vitis Rotundifolia, were the first native Americans to yield wine. And the family name 'Rotunda-fullia' is so appropriate, with your Read more »

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  • Let’s take a trip back in time. Close your eyes and imagine yourself an ... ... native grapes like the Scuppernong, a local Muscadine. The northern and western portions of North Carolina are characterized by cooler temperatures and hilly, rocky soils, and it is here where the vinifera and hybrid grapes are grown. The higher elevations in West... Read More

    From the article Underrated Wine Travel: North Carolina

  • Duplin Winery Muscadine Hatteras Red NV


    If you love muscadine & scuppernong grapes like I do, then you will love uncorking this bottle and getting a good whiff of that Southern sunshine. A sweet, succulent, and unassuming wine. Great to use for making a summertime sangria! Read More

    Wine review by Sarah Kate

  • I used to think I just didn't like wine, but after finding one made from my ... FAVORITE grape on earth, the scuppernong/muscadine that happened to be made near where I lived, I fell into a snuggly affair with that one, the Duplin Hatteras Red and decided to try a few more.  So far, the only other wine I've tried and liked enough to purchase ag... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Just Li'l ol me :)

  • Dennis Vineyards Christmas-Sweet Red & White Muscadine Blend Rouge NV


    awesome! Read More

    Wine review by csmcconnell

  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong Blush NV


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    Wine review by mark

  • So last fall my former brother-in-law (we remain great friends) brought some ... some ... which was used in scuppernong, a wine with a long history in the southeastern US. Before last fall, in fact, scuppernong was pretty much the only wine from North Carolina that I had heard of.My recollection was that the RayLen Cab was quite nice, and it'... Read More

    Forum post in the topic North Carolina Wines?...

  • Anyone have any wineries in North Carolina, or wines by name, that I should check out while down there later next month? Read More

    Forum post in the topic North Carolina Wine?

  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong NV


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    Wine review by mrsbic

  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong NV


    This wine will creep on you. Finished a bottle in an evening, and enjoyed every drop. Read More

    Wine review by Doctor Random

  • Duplin Winery Alcohol Free Scuppernong Scuppernong North Carolina


    When I don't want the alcohol, I love to go with this one. Delicious. Read More

    Wine review by AdamRinky1982

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