Muscadine Grapes

Georgia leads the nation in the production of Muscadine grapes, which are traditionally used for jams, sauces and wines (also things we're known for).

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Muscadine history is wild. Literally.

Ever the wine aficionados, European colonists brought their favorite grapes with them across the Atlantic. And then they discovered the native Muscadine grape in Georgia. Wild, thick-skinned and sweet, Muscadines quickly became a Southern favorite. And they remain so today.

A really fine vine.

In season July 1 – October 31, Muscadine grapes grow well throughout the state, but most particularly the Piedmont and Coastal Plain areas. Their recognizable thick skin makes them resistant to disease and parasites, so they require less pesticide.

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