Yes, yes, I know. What the hell are you talking about? Muscadine wine? Why not a 2006 McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Australia or a 2005 Russiz Superiore? Because, more often than not, all of these 50-500 dollar, world class wines don't taste any better than or not even as good as a $13 bottle of wine from your local grocery store. Ergo Duplin Muscadine sweet table wine. If you've ever tasted a ripe muscadine grape, then you'll fall in love with this bottle. The aroma is surprisingly exactly the same as the aroma you get when you bite into a muscadine grape. The taste is--yes--exactly like biting into a muscadine grape. I've tasted other muscadine wines that had either a heavy taste to it or too much acidity. Duplin has the perfect blend of fruitiness to the taste.