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Pinot, Sauvignon, Rosé, and Cabernet are just a few of our favorite words. Who doesn’t enjoy a nice glass of wine or five? And, whether you’re a wine connoisseur or just want to learn more about everyone’s favorite grown-up juice, a trip to one of these South Carolina wineries or vineyards will make for a fabulous day.
Grape Stomp Photo Gallery | Duplin Winery
Photo gallery of Duplin Winery’s 2018 Grape Stomp Festival held in Rose Hill, North Carolina on September 8, 2018.
Originating from North Carolina, Duplin is a family-owned winery dating back to the 1970s. Duplin opened the doors of its second location in North Myrtle Beach back in 2015 including a hand-bottling line. Visitors are able to see how Duplin used to bottle their wine before their growth to the largest winery in the south. They sell over 450,000 cases annually and produced over one million gallons in 2016. Magnolia, one of their award-winning wines, was once featured in Martha Stewart Living as a summertime favorite wine.
Deep Water Vineyard
I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It’s not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love. Stay tuned for our 12 days of Christmas deals, starting tomorrow! #divedeep @deepwatervines
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Just thirty minutes outside of Charleston is beautiful Wadmalaw Island, home to Deep Water Vineyard and beautiful live oaks. This 48-acre winery and vineyard was once known as Irvin House Vineyard before the Irvins retired and transitioned the property to Jesse and Andrea. Deep Water Vineyard is home to a variety of animals, beautiful walking trails, a garden, a large pond, the winery, and Firefly Disterilly. You can enjoy a self-guided tour and tasting any time between 10 am and 5 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
Voted as “the best destination off the beaten path”, Island Winery is lucky enough to call Hilton Head Island home. Island Winery brings in grapes from all around the world including South Carolina, California, Chile, and more. Their uniqueness shines through in their custom labels which each feature artwork from artists who share the same love for Hilton Head. Enjoy a wine and cheese tasting for a large group or a party of two at this cozy winery.
Enoree River Winery
The #winery is OPEN! Join us for a Wine Tasting ?featuring Blackberry Wine & a ton of delicious, seasonal favorites! ⏱Noon-6pm today & Saturday 2pm-6pm Sunday
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Enoree River Winery is just thirty minutes northwest of Columbia. Here you can relax inside in their upper room or outside on the covered porch overlooking the vineyard. This winery features handcrafted seasonal wines and blended wines throughout the year. They also have wine slushies every Thursday through Sunday in case you’re feeling adventurous and want to try something new. You can also host parties or weddings at the winery in the vineyard pergola which was added in 2016.
It’s time to hit the road and start checking each one off the list. Remember to take home a souvenir wine glass from each and tell us about your experience. Cheers!