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South Carolina's long history of agriculture continually expands into new areas. The varied topography, from mountains through piedmont to lowcountry, offers a variety of soil structures that provide growers with many opportunities to create surprising new locally-grown wines.
Wineries (near Charleston)
Irvin-House Vineyards - Wadmalaw Island - This is "Charleston's Only Vineyard" and is a short drive from downtown Charleston
Wineries (day trip from Charleston)
Aiken Vineyards - Aiken
Carolina Vineyards - Myrtle Beach
Hyman Vineyards - Conway
Island Winery - Hilton Head
La Belle Amie Vineyards - Myrtle Beach
Lowcountry Winery - Beaufort
Montmorenci Vineyards - Aiken
Northampton Winery - Greenville
Valentine Sagefield Vineyards - Aiken
Victoria Valley Vineyards - Cleveland, SC - This winery has numerous musical and dining events
Wine Tastings in and around Charleston - (note: there are so many restaurants that offer wine tastings and pairings that it is best to contact the restaurant directly. This list will focus on wine bars and wine shops that offer tastings)
Charleston Winery - 63 S. Market Street (free all day every day) Local wines, Florida Tropical wines, Traditional International & Domestic wines. Gifts for all occasions.
O'Hara And Flynn's - Meeting Street
Meritage - Wine and Tapas - East Bay Street
Raval Wine Bar - King Street
WineStyles - Mt. Pleasant's Towne Centre (themed tastings on Thursday and Friday evenings beginning at 5:30; Saturdays beginning at 2pm. Wine patio, wine gifts and accessories, gift baskets, free local delivery of wines and baskets available.
Mira Winery Napa Vally Education Center & Tasting Toom - King Street