The Fruits of Our Labor

If you are looking to harvest fruit to make your own pies, jams, preserves or your own home made wines; check out what we have to offer.


Muscadines are native to the Southeastern U.S. and thrive on the heat and humidity common to this region.

The Scuppernong is a large type of Muscadine, a type of grape native to the southeastern U.S.  It is usually a greenish or bronze color and is similar in appearance and texture to a white grape, but rounder and about 50% larger and first known as the “big white grape”. 

Our vineyard produces over twenty-eight different varieties of Muscadines. You can come out to pick muscadines during August through September


This delicious little fruit has diversity and can be used in preserves, jellies, jams, pies, cereal, muffins, wine or just for popping in your mouth.

Nature has provided the blueberry with a special protective coating; it's important not to wash it off until just ready to use.


These also make wonderful preserves, jellies and jams. Blackberries can be used to make a fantastic cobbler and is another great fruit for wine making.

Blackberries, just like the blueberries, should not be washed until ready to use. Blackberries should either be used soon after gathering or frozen. They only last a couple of days in the refrigerator.


A great topping to nearly any dessert (a decadent complement to chocolate), the raspberry can also give lovely flavor to the main course through rich glazes and sauces. It not only makes a delicious wine but is a fantastic addition to iced tea.


Not only a popular fruit for wine, jam and juice making; grapes find their way into many recipies and are a popular snack fresh or after being dried into raisins.

We produce several varieties of grapes including the Concord, Catawba, Niagara, Cayuga, and Chambourcin.

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