A Homemade Wine Winner!
The Tara Scuppernong Grape is a choice muscadine variety with large bronze-colored grapes.
There are many reasons to add this vine to your garden…
- Cold Hardy down to 0F
- Low maintenance
- Heavy yields
- Early to mid-season ripener
Imagine walking into your backyard and seeing your mature Tara grapevine bursting with basketfuls of fresh fruit. You know it’s time to pick when the grapes retain a beautiful bronze hue. The Tara is in high demand due to its yield of 80 lbs per vine! Plus, unlike some grapevine varieties, the Tara a is self-pollinating vine. No wonder this Georgia native is considered a top 5 muscadine cultivar in North Carolina.
The Tara is a delicious choice for homemade white wine making or a table grape. Pop one in your mouth, and you’ll taste a sweet tartness that will have you reaching for more. The Tara is also great for your culinary whims. Serve with your favorite cheese. Or add to a rice dish for a unique dinner. Best of all, this grape has numerous health benefits, including being a high source of dietary fiber and antioxidants. One Tara grape has twice as much Vitamin C as seedless grapes.
Heavy Fruit, Light Maintenance
Your picking arms will get a workout, but the rest of the vine upkeep will be mainly labor free. This deciduous vine was bred due to its high disease and pest resistance. Fertilize once a year with an organic 10-10-10. The vine prefers full sun, and it can handle a good amount of drought. Plus, the Tara will adapt to most types of soil. If you want to make the Tara really happy, you can add a nice compost when planting your new vine. A little work like this will keep your Tara alive and happy for up to 20 years!
Get your Tara Scuppernong Grape today and enjoy years of big bold delicious grapes!