The binomial name for Muscadine is Vitis rotundifolia. Almost all Grapes in the world come from cultivars of Vitis vinifera, or Common Grape vine, native to the Mediterranean and Central Asia. Relatively minor amounts of Grapes come from American and Asian species including Vitis rotundifolia, and also Vitis labrusca, or Fox Grape, that includes the famous Concord Grape cultivar, Vitis riparia, the wild Riverbank Grape or Frost Grape, native to the Eastern U.S. and up to Quebec, and Vitis amurensis, the Amur Grape, the most important Asian species.
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Fungal disease makes Concord grapes a poor choice for ENC
The other problem with Concord in our region is that it's not a muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia or Muscadiniana rotundifolia). Only muscadines are recommended for Eastern N.C. and the southern portion of the Piedmont, due primarily to disease pressure. New Bern Sun Journal [ story ]
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Mills also is making her own muscadine wine and muscadine juice, which will be used in the salad dressing and in drinks like the Golden Leaf. Fitting with her interest in causes, 15 cents from every bottle of muscadine juice or her Cured muscadine wine ... Charlotte Observer [ story ]
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When Deedee Mills told me back in November that she wanted to transform a restaurant space in a new office building on Morehead into an eastern N.C. ... Charlotte Five [ story ]