We want to take a moment to let you know how thankful we are for having you as a customer. And this weekend, (Fri-Sun; Aug. 12-14), we want to offer you a chance to try our new Red Muscadine wine which compliments our Tennessee White Muscadine wine. Stop by this weekend to try it!
Red Muscadine special
Lowering Bad Cholesterol
According to doctors at the MayoClinic.com, the antioxidants in muscadine wine lower the risk of coronary heart disease by reducing production of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. Also known as bad cholesterol, high levels of LDL can raise the risk of heart disease.

Raising Good Cholesterol
Moderate amounts of muscadine wine can also help raise levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), also known as the good cholesterol. High levels of HDL lower the risk of heart disease.

Inhibiting Tumor Development
Recent research by the National Cancer Institute has shown that the antioxidant known as resversatol, also found in muscadine wine, can help inhibit tumor development. Resversatol is a compound produced by the grape plant in an effort to fight fungus and other foreign invaders. It has been shown to reduce tumor growth in lab animals.