Whether you are an experienced wine connoisseur in search of the perfect vino, or a visitor simply in search of a new experience, Myrtle Beach has several vineyards to tour. Carolina Vineyards Winery, Valentine Sagefield Vineyards, La Belle Amie Vineyard and Hyman Vineyards are within driving distance from any of our seven Myrtle Beach resorts.
Carolina Vineyards Winery is located in Barefoot Landing, just off of Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach. The winery is a real working winery producing several types of wine including dry, semi-dry, medium and sweet wines. Carolina Vineyards tasting room at Barefoot Landing is open 7 days a week, and offers customers the ability to taste any 7 of their wines for only $3. Visit Carolina Vineyards today to "Taste the Flavors of the South".
La Belle Amie Vineyard is another Grand Strand favorite located in Little River. La Belle Amie Vineyard is open to the public Monday thru Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The vineyard hosts many events throughout the year and welcomes guests to sample wine, sauces, and homemade preserves in their wine tasting room. The vineyard also has a gift shop where wine accessories and gifts are sold. Guests are welcome to sit on the porch and sip wine, or use our picnic area. La Belle Amie Vineyard also offers daily specials Monday thu Saturday including complimentary wine tastings with the purchase of two bottles of La Belle Amie wine, free live music, and tours free of charge. Come check out the quaint fishing town of Little River and visit La Belle Amie Vineyard while on your Myrtle Beach vacation.
If you are looking for a rare and truly local vineyard that is off the beaten path, visit Hyman Vineyards in Conway, South Carolina. Hyman Vineyards is a true Southern farm vineyard that grows Muscadine grapes. Through the use of limited pesticides and a more natural fermentation process than is typically used in the wine making process, there are many health benefits that can be realized from this wine and the many other natural products made from the Muscadine grapes.