A dry white Muscadine wine created by a blend of Magnolia and Carlos grape varieties to yield this characteristic Southern wine. Muscadine grapes are distinctive varietals grown in the southeastern United States. These grapes are especially bred and cultivated as wine grapes, not to be confused with wild muscadines.
The Magnolia Springs label, by artist Tom Sangster, depicts the namesake magnolia blossoms and the Magnolia River of south Baldwin County, AL. The Magnolia grapes originated in North Carolina as hybrids of the older Scuppernong grapes, also growing along the Magnolia River of North Carolina.