- Dec 30, 2006
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I'll keep you posted. Those vines are very aggressive so I'm expecting fruit next year. Generally, muscadines will start bearing in the 3rd year.I'd be very interested in your posts on that David. I have 8 acres here currently raising young beef cattle and my bloke is wanting to put it into wine grapes. I would prefer to put it into a variety that is rare in NZ.. Makes my harvest sought after, valuable and without the import difficulties of juice from elsewhere.
Oh yess. this is basically grwon in southeastern United States, i twas earlier known as Scuppernong. the fruit is borne in small, loose clusters of 3-40 grapes, quite unlike the large, tight bunches characteristic of European and American grapes, there are really very nice wines made from this grape, if you want to know of wines made from this grape you can visitLooks real nice!
I have not tasted this grape. Can you tell me what it tastes like?