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Here's where you can find fresh Muscadine Grapes, 100% Muscadine Grape Juice (Purple & White), Muscadine Grape Sauce, Preserves, Jellies and Muscadine Dietary Supplements.
Muscadines & More - Muscadines, known as American wild grapes, are native to the Southeastern United States, and thus well adapted to the warm, humid conditions of the region. The muscadine grape was discovered in America in 1584 by the early English explorer, Sir Walter Raleigh. Later a golden bronze colored muscadine was found along the Scuppernong river in North Carolina and thus was named "scuppernong." Through the years, these wonderful tasting grapes, have developed numerous nicknames such as bullis, southern grapes and swamp grapes.

Though long a favorite of southerners for their sweet, fruity taste (muscadines make a delicious, nutritious snack straight from nature), recent research reveals that muscadines contain high levels of resveratrol. Resveratrol is one of the compounds in red wine which is believed to help reduce the risk of abnormal cells and heart disease. Muscadines are high in vitamin C and ellagic acid. Muscadines also contain potassium, vitamin B, and trace minerals.

Though they still grow wild, most of today's muscadines and scuppernongs are grown in commercial vineyards. Harvest season is typically August through September.
Delicious Fruits
Pick Your Own - The folks of South Georgia have been enjoying the fresh muscadines from Paulk Vineyards' "Pick Your Own" Vineyard for years. Come and experience our muscadine vineyards first-hand. Experience the fun and pleasure of picking your own fresh muscadines from the vineyards that provide the highest quality, fresh muscadines available.

Paulk's Pride products are developed by Muscadine Products Corporation, a family-owned business built upon a legacy of agricultural production and leadership. All of our products are produced and packaged on the farm where the muscadines are grown -- straight from our family to yours.
Hours
Our "Pick Your Own" vineyard is open 9AM-7PM Monday-Saturday from mid August through most of September.
Phone, Address, Directions & Website
Phone: 229-468-7873 - Address: 1788 Satilla Rd., Wray Georgia 31798 - Directions: 3 miles south of Hwy. 32, between Ocilla and Douglas. Website: www.paulkvineyards.com
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