You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

The Most Popular Wine in Every State

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Meaghan Cameron of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 2 of 51: The Muscadine grape isn't well-known to the casual wine drinker, but unlike more popular grapes, it is indigenous to America and was first cultivated in Florida. Yes, according to The Vitner Project, the birthplace of American wine wasn't the fabled Napa Valley but rather hot and humid Florida. The grape was traditionally made into sweeter wines, but now it can be found in all shades and varieties. You can even make your own! It's a favorite in Alabama, as well as in three other states.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter for more healthy eating tips and more. 

ALABAMA - Muscadine

The Muscadine grape isn't well-known to the casual wine drinker, but unlike more popular grapes, it is indigenous to America and was first cultivated in Florida. Yes, according to The Vitner Project, the birthplace of American wine wasn't the fabled Napa Valley but rather hot and humid Florida. The grape was traditionally made into sweeter wines, but now it can be found in all shades and varieties. You can even make your own! It's a favorite in Alabama, as well as in three other states.

RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter for more healthy eating tips and more. 

© Provided by Eat This, Not That!

More from Eat This, Not That!

Eat This, Not That!
Eat This, Not That!
image beaconimage beaconimage beacon