Updated: Jul 26, 2021
Muscadines are a type of grape native to the southeastern U.S. They start coming in around late August and are available through October. The greenish or bronze colored muscadines are called scuppernongs. They are large, thick-skinned, seeded grapes that typically are picked like berries. These grapes are often found in recipes for cobblers, jams & jelly, and even used to make wine.