Origin of scuppernong
Examples from the Web for scuppernong
She tendered me a chair; while her husband opened a sideboard, and brought forth a box of Havanas and a decanter of Scuppernong.
The Scuppernong is the best of all grapes, for general cultivation at the South.Soil Culture|J. H. Walden
Very similar to Scuppernong and Prince says it is quite probable it may be the genuine Scuppernong.The Grapes of New York|U. P. Hedrick
Here are three goblets of wine—one is Scuppernong, the other two are harmless.
Also there was a cup of sweet wine, home-pressed from the berries the Indian scuppernong, to wash them down.The Master of Appleby|Francis Lynde
Word Origin for 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.