Springtime is a great time to visit wineries in Myrtle Beach.
The winter chill is breaking, and time spent outside is sunny and pleasant. What better conditions to enjoy some of the region’s finest vino? The Grand Strand has some incredible choices to discover.
Here are some of our favorite ways to unwind and sample flavors unique to the area.
Your host will learn your tastes and cater the experience to accommodate. They feature wines from all over the world and the U.S. Ask about discounts for half and full cases.
MUST TRY: Mosen Cleto Crianza. Spain’s red, stony soil is the perfect environment for principal grape varieties. Some of those vineyards are more than a century old, for distinctive quality. This one is of Garnacha and Tempranillo grapes.
Bring a few bottles of wines that you love home with you from your Duplin Winery tasting. Be sure to try the wine slushies, too, especially layered. Ask for the Margarita layers on Berry Bliss for a delicious experience.
MUST TRY: Burgundy. The driest Duplin wine, made of a red Muscadine grape blend, picked early in the season. Bottle aging helps with exceptional complexity for this selection, a soft, dry Muscadine. You’ll notice a hint of fruit, too.
Stock up for your vacation – and extend vacation to home – with a few bottles from Coastal Vino. This neighborhood wine merchant in Market Common is a favorite among locals. Sample wines from around the world at an array of price points on the winery’s quaint patio.
MUST TRY: La Cacciatora Lambrusco dell’Emilia Amabile non-vintage. This pleasant sparkling red has a ruby color and an aroma of ripe red fruits. Pairs well with pasta, pizza, and salami.
Relax at the pools, in the hot tubs, or on the beach. All are easy to access when you stay at Paradise Resort in Myrtle Beach. You’ll find friendly staff, clean rooms, and a full kitchen. Learn about on-site breakfast, discounts for area attractions, on-site concierge service, and more. Visit our specials, and book your stay today.