The Secret’s in the Muscadine Sauce

December 19, 2018

Muscadine Sauce really isn’t a sauce at all. It’s more of a spiced preserves, with pieces of muscadines swirled with fall spices. It’s truly a southern classic that could even be described as “Christmas in a jar!” There’s a story behind the making of Muscadine Sauce that’s been kept a secret…until now.  For many years,…

The Calm After the Storm

October 26, 2018

If our harvest is like a hurricane, then October marks the “calm” after the storm. At this point, our crews of hundreds have dwindled down to our normal dozens of workers. The field trucks with their “custom” canopies are all lined up and ready to hibernate till next season. The tractor-trailers, which showed up throughout…

Labor Day

August 31, 2018

For most of America, especially in the South, Memorial Day and Labor Day serve as bookends for summer. Memorial Day weekend generally marks the end of the school year and time with family, friends, a grill, and a body of water, be it a lake or the beach. Labor Day weekend is like one last…