First of all, I thought it was "musky dime wine!" Boy, was I wrong! It really is a kind of wine. It is a wine made from a grapevine species grown native in the southern United States. It has been around since the 16th century.

Since these plants are adapted to a warmer more humid climate, the wine actually chills quicker.

You learn something new everyday!

Canaan Smith featuring "muscadine wine" in "I Can Love You Like That"