Divine Muscadine has aromas of gooseberry and unripened kiwi with flavors of unmistakable Muscadine grapes. This wine pairs wonderfully with strawberries and angel food cake.
The mural on the front label is a painting of Ruby Darby by James Brill that currently hangs in the Drumright Historical Museum. In 1920, Brill came to Drumright, where he pioneered the Fine Arts program at Drumright High School and remained there until 1926. Brill then returned in 1965 to assist with the opening of the Drumright Historical Society Museum by designing and painting Drumright’s first mural. With the assistance of six local artists, the mural was completed in 1967 and adorned the inside of the museum.
Ruby Darby was a famous and brazen vaudeville performer known as “The Queen of the Oil Fields.” Ruby loved entertaining in the oil field towns, and Drumright was one of her favorites. She was known for “Ballin’ the Jack,” a famous dance of that era. The painting depicts Ruby entertaining atop a table at a Drumright gentlemen’s establishment called “The Hump.”