A woody vine (Vitis rotundifolia) of the southeast United States, bearing a musky grape used to make wine. Also called scuppernong.(noun)
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Use "muscadine" in a sentence
"Spoon generous amounts of the muscadine sauce over each one."
"John Besh, an award-winning New Orleans chef, shares his recipe for peppered backstrap with muscadine and red wine"
"I know these are not berries but I like wild cherries and muscadine."