Taste the Sweetness of Scuppernong Wine: Now Available for Sale!

Are you looking for a unique and delicious to try? Look no further than scuppernong wine! This delightful grape is native to the Southeastern United States and produces wines that are full of flavor and aroma. With its thick skins, high levels of antioxidants, and sweet taste, scuppernong wine is perfect for any occasion.

At Stephens Vineyard & Winery in Lumberton, we proudly offer our own Robert S. Lee Scuppernong Wine. This amazing muscadine has around 7 percent sugar, making it drier than many other muscadine wines. The Robert S. Lee Scuppernong Wine is a fruity and sweet vintage that reflects the names of several of our family members. It's sure to please even the pickiest palates!

Scuppernong grapes have thick skins which are when raw but split easily when bitten off the stem end. When juiced, these grapes have a cloyingly sweet flavor that's sweeter than even the sweetest – it's like drinking liquid candy! Our Robert S. Lee Scuppernong Wine captures this amazing flavor perfectly – you'll be amazed at the taste!

So why not give our Robert S. Lee Scuppernong Wine a try? Whether you're hosting an event or just want to kick back with a glass after a long day, this delicious vintage will hit the spot. Come visit us at Stephens Vineyard & Winery in Lumberton today and treat yourself to a bottle of our incredible scuppernong wine!

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The History of Scuppernong Wine Production

Stephens Vineyard and Winery, located in Lumberton, North Carolina, produces a popular scuppernong wine. The winery is owned and operated by the Stephens family, who have been making wines for over four generations. Their most popular scuppernong wine is called the Robert S. Lee, which is named after several of their family members. The Stephens' scuppernong wines are made from muscadine grapes with around 7 percent sugar, making them drier than many other muscadine wines. With their years of experience and passion for winemaking, Stephens Vineyard and Winery offers a unique experience for those looing to enjoy a delicious scuppernong wine.

The Sweetness of Duplin Scuppernong Wine

Yes, Duplin Scuppernong wine is a very sweet and fruity wine. It is made from Scuppernong grapes, which are picked early in the season and they have a naturally high sugar content. This gives the wine a sweet and fruity taste that many people enjoy. The sweetness can be balanced by adding food pairings such as cheese, nuts or fruit-based dishes to bring out the complex flavors of the wine. Duplin Scuppernong also has notes of honey, apple and melon that add to its complexity.

The Taste of Scuppernong

Scuppernongs have a unique flavor that is both sweet and tart. The skin, which can be thick and bitter, splits easily when you bite the stem end. The pulp inside has a juicy, cloyingly sweet taste that is reminiscent of liquid candy. It is even sweeter than the sweetest sweet tea.


Scuppernong wine is a sweet, fruity wine that originates from the Southeastern United States. It is made from muscadine grapes which have thick skins and high levels of antioxidants. The Robert S. Lee scuppernong, produced by Stephens Vineyard and Winery in Lumberton, has around 7 percent sugar, making it drier than many other muscadine wines. The from scuppernongs is cloyingly sweet, sweeter than the sweetest sweet tea and not ulike liquid candy. Scuppernong wine is definitely worth trying and can be purchased at Stephens Vineyard and Winery in Lumberton or at many other wineries offering this unique variety of muscadine wine.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.