muscadine

Definitions

Food

  • A white grape used for the table and for making raisins

Wine

  • (written as Muscadine)
    a native American grape, found originally in the southeastern US It is unusual in that the grapes tend to grow not in distinct bunches but as individual berries everywhere and anywhere on the vine. The most common variety of this class is Scuppernong. They are normally grown for eating fresh but some wine is made from these intensely flavoured grapes.
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