This grapevine is native to eastern U.S.. It named Fox grape due to its earthy musk and its noted for its "slip skin" which is the ability to squeeze the pulp out of the skin in-tact, rather than crushing it.
This grapevine species is native to southeastern U.S. and handles the heat and humidity very well. It also needs s shorter period of cool weather to blossom. Muscadine grapes can be bronze, black or red.