What exactly is a muscadine, anyway?
We're so glad you asked! Muscadines are a distinctly Southern variety of grape. They're happy to grow on their own in the wild, but they also flourish in cultivated vineyards. With a sweet flavor and tough skin, muscadines love the sun and produce more grapes than anyone knows what to do with. The Bible says that Jesus is the true vine and the Father is the vinedresser. As believers, we're branches of that vine, offshoots from the main source of life, and we're called to bear fruit. Just like muscadines.