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Old 11-08-2010, 02:55 PM   #1
heefage
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Aug 2010
Ferriday, Louisiana
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We have a winery about 20 miles from my home in Natchez, MS that specializes in nothing but Muscadine wine!

http://oldsouthwinery.com/default.aspx

My girlfriend and I were driving through Natchez on our way home and noticed a new sign off the side of the road.

"Old South Winery. 2 miles. Take a right."

Ive lived in this area all my life and just now discovering this place, I had to take a look.

The people were super nice. They gave us a tour on the spot, free of charge!
I guess you could call it southern hospatality.

All the wines tasted were really good, and they even gave me a few ideas about my own muscadine brew.

If anyone is interested in an all muscadine wine, I highly recommend checking this place out!

 
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:03 PM   #2
toddrod
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May 2008
Louisiana
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I have 7 vines myself. 5 Bronze and 2 purple. Muscadine wine is what I make. I will try small batches of other types but not much. I will be adding to my vines this year with a Pineapple flavored muscadine.

 
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:52 PM   #3
CampFireWine
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Nov 2010
SE Indiana
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I would love to take a carboy into a local vineyard or orchard and say 'Fill 'er up'

 
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