Catawba, Delaware, Iona and scuppernong may be either dry or sweet white wines.
A seedling of scuppernong pollinated by Vitis munsoniana; from Munson in 1896.
No scuppernong vine, he says, should be without its mocking bird to defend it.
She has apple and fig trees, and scuppernong grape vines grow rank and try to climb all her trees.
Said to be very vigorous, prolific; bunch three times as large as scuppernong; berry about same size, sweeter, black.
From North Carolina and different from scuppernong; white berries of good flavor.
Here are three goblets of wine—one is scuppernong, the other two are harmless.
She tendered me a chair, while her husband opened a sideboard, and brought forth a box of Havanas, and a decanter of scuppernong.
Also there was a cup of sweet wine, home-pressed from the berries the Indian scuppernong, to wash them down.
Very similar to scuppernong and Prince says it is quite probable it may be the genuine scuppernong.
cultivated muscadine grape vine, 1811, from name of a river in North Carolina, U.S., recorded 18c. as Cascoponung, Cuscopang, from an unidentified American Indian word.