The Muscadine grape is a species of native North American vines first discovered by European explorers of the Southeastern United States. The earliest named variety was Scuppernong, discovered in 1554. Muscadines are well-adapted to the warm, humid conditions of the Southeast where other grape varieties do not prosper. Today "the grape of the South" has been cultivated into more than 24 distinct varieties grown in traditional vineyard style.
The May 5, 2011 "Dr. Oz Show" featured muscadine grape juice as one of the primary cancer fighting foods.
Please note: our color descriptors are based on the color of the juice as poured. Muscadine grapes do not necessarily comply with the red or white distinctions of other wine grapes.
Post Familie has broken new ground with its cold filtered muscadine grape juice. With no water or sugar added, this southern tradition from Noble red grapes will bring a smile to your palate! Produced in limited quantity, we expect it to sell out quickly.
One of the most beautiful of all red grape juice bottles, Post Familie's Red Muscadine grape juice from Noble grapes is stunning in looks and a palate pleaser. How can we make such claims? Each year it sells out long before the next growing season brings more. So, if you want your bottle from this year's vintage, do not hesitate!
AWARD WINNER: Bronze Medal, 2007 Arkansas State Fair Wine Competition, Red Grape Juice Category
The Noble grape is excellent for its quality grape juice. The Hinnant Family Vineyard takes the natural sweetness of this black-skinned beauty to create a taste sensation. One sip will leaving you wanting more! Hinnant Family Vineyard is one of four stops along the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail.
In the 1950's Jacob Paulk began farming just as his ancesters had done before. But by the 70's cotton was in decline, so Jacob planted his first Muscadine grapes. Today Paulk Vineyards claims to be the largest producer in the world of Muscadine grapes. Their purple juice, a wonderful blend of Ison, Supreme, and Noble grapes, is delicious in taste and powerful in its nutritional and health benefits!
Jim Eddins, co-owner of Perdido Vineyards, has eaten muscadine grapes ever since he can remember. However, he never dreamed that someday he and wife Marianne would own Alabama's first winery. The muscadine vineyard, established in 1971, has become their passion. Their red muscadine, s unique blend of Noble and Southland grapes, is naturally sweet with no sugar added.
Five generations of Hymans has been farming a variety of crops in eastern South Carolina since the late 1800s. With a shift away from traditional farming, Hyman Vineyards and the South's native muscadine grapes become the main focus. Today these naturally sweet grapes are grown for both consumption and medicinal products. Their "Southern Nights" Noble red grape juice is all natural with no sugar added.
When you stop by to relax at North Carolina's Gregory Vineyards, you escape to a quiet country setting and enjoy a view of rolling hills, vineyards, and spring fed lakes in a private country setting. Located in McGee's Crossroads, this 120-acre century old working farm is one of four wineries on the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail and boasts seven award-winning wines in addition to its non-alcoholic juices and ciders.
Old North State Winery's Miracle Grape Muscadine Juice is antioxidant rich. Grown all naturally and bottled from 100% Noble grapes, a nationally certified testing laboratory has found that it surpasses Federal guidelines for microbiological purity. We like it just because it tastes great!
North Carolina's Old North State Winery started as a cooperative in 2002 and has since evolved into a winery owned by two families with one vision. The vineyards were established on farms that have been in the families for generations. Their muscadine juice is a blend of Carlos and Noble grapes.
Lucille Miller did not approve of alcohol and did not even own a vineyard. But after her passing, the family established Lu Mil Vineyard on the family farm. With more than 58 acres under cultivation, the family has honored Lucille by naming two of its non-alcoholic juices after her. Lucille's Choice uses Noble muscadine grapes.
Muscadine grapes love North Carolina. And they really love the intimate nine acres of Hoke County Vineyard where the annual harvest is done by hand. The vineyard includes Carlos, Supreme, Pam and this red Noble variety. Hand picking does not make the juice better, but it does connect your palate to the one who nurtured it to perfection!
Ison's Nursery and Vineyard is much more than another Southern producer of muscadine grapes -- though it is the largest and oldest. The nursery has also been at the forefront of creating new muscadine varietals. One of those creations is the Ison Muscadine. Now you can enjoy this unique red juice from their signature grape.
Ward Farms of Whitsett is a 5th generation of farmers in North Carolina. After leaving tobacco production in the late 1990s they decided to become a more diverse farm operation. They found that the soil was great for muscadine grapes and blueberries. Now you can enjoy their wonderful juice made from the Noble Muscadine varietal.
Muscadine grapes love the Florida panhandle with its humid summers and mild winters. Chatauqua Vineyards has captured the refreshing taste of this Southern grape with its sweet and tantalizing flavor from freshly squeezed Noble muscadine grapes.