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Muscadine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1049 words)
Muscadines (Vitis rotundifolia) are a grapevine species native to the present-day southeastern United States that has been extensively cultivated since the 16th Century.
Muscadines have been used for making commercial fine wines and port wines dating back to the 16th Century in and around St.
Muscadine wine was reported to have from 0.7 to 1.9 mg/L resveratrol for red wines and 0.3 to 0.9 mg/L resveratrol for white wine.
Muscadine Grape (1750 words)
The muscadine grape is native to the southeastern United States, found in the wild from Delaware to the Gulf of Mexico and westward to Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Muscadines are well adapted to the warm, humid conditions of the southeastern U.S., where the American and the European grape do not prosper.
Muscadine grapes grow well on a wide range of soils but best results are obtained from well-drained sandy loams with a pH of 5.5 to 6.5.
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