Press Release: 2019 Palmetto Wine Competition

The second Palmetto Wine Competition is scheduled for May 7th, 2019 at The Belmont Inn in historic Abbeville, South Carolina. The Palmetto Wine Competition is sponsored by The VinoWine App, The Belmont Inn, The South Carolina Wine and Grape Growers Association, OurWineTonight.Com, and WineryEscapades.Com Organized by Dennis and Jenni Turner, the focus of the Palmetto... Continue Reading →

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Peach Black Cherry – Lazy Bear Winery

Our wine tonight is the Peach Black Cherry from Lazy Bear Winery in Easley, South Carolina. A true fruit wine, blend of peaches and black cherries. Gorgeous amber color. Sweet, though not Moscato/Muscadine sweet. Nose of overripe black cherries. Flavor notes of black cherries up front, hints of cherry cola mid palate finishing with notes... Continue Reading →

Favorite Winery Roadside Signs

Upon finally reaching our desired winery, we will most times stop and snap a picture of the roadside sign. Let us share a few of our favorites. Starting off big! I love the billboard size sign announcing your arrival at Sanctuary Vineyards. Check out the huge saw blade welcoming you to Woodmill Vineyards. CityScape Winery... Continue Reading →

Black Rose – Wellborn Winery

Our wine tonight is the Black Rose from Wellborn "wine in the woods" Winery in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. Rosé of 100% South Carolina grown Lenoir. Beautiful dark rosé color. Shows nice legs. Nose of freshly cut ripe strawberries and orange cream soda. Sweet on the tongue though not overly. Flavor notes very jammy, ripe... Continue Reading →

Our Favorite Local Winery Animals

We thought it'd be fun to share pictures of our favorite local winery animals. Most small local wineries have an animal or two, a mascot if you will. These animals are most certainly part of the charm of these craft boutique vineyards and wineries. Without further ado, we present......... Pinot the Pig - CityScape Winery... Continue Reading →

South Carolina Winery Reference

As native South Carolinian's, we set out here to provide a reference for each operating destination vineyard and winery in the state. Our research has uncovered 18 operating wineries and 2 cideries and 2 Meaderies. Majority of South Carolina offers a challenge to grow the common European vinifera varieties, yet many offerings of muscadine, native,... Continue Reading →

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