Are you looking for a place to sit back and sip in Myrtle Beach? Then, look no further–we’ve found it: Duplin Winery.
The North Myrtle Beach attraction features live entertainment and corking and bottling demonstrations. In addition, Duplin Winery offers wine tastings and wine tours as well as specialty foods to sample and wine-related goods and merchandise for sale. It truly covers everything a wine lover could want from a winery!
What to Expect
Duplin Winery has its roots in North Carolina. As a result, it brings a laid-back, wine country experience to its location in its sister state. Encircling the unique and eye-catching exterior of the building are porches with comfortable seating areas. These beckon visitors to come relax for a while as they sip wine, look out over the salt marsh, and listen to live entertainment.
Inside the 15,000 square foot building, there are several themed wine tasting areas that, together, can serve up to 200 people for guided wine tastings. A 28-foot-tall replica of the Hatteras lighthouse that is seen on Duplin wine labels is a dominant figure inside the building. Built to both delight and entertain, the winery also includes more than 5,000 square feet of retail space featuring Duplin wines, homemade fudge, Duplin salad dressings, salsas and more.
What to Do
Daily guided tasting tours at the tasting station in North Myrtle Beach offer guests the opportunity to sample a wide variety of Duplin wines as they are entertained with fun facts about muscadine grapes, Carolina winemaking, and the Duplin brand. Corking demonstrations will be accompanied by a presentation about the early days of the winery when Duplin first sold its wines in mason jars before moving to more traditional wine bottles. Now a Duplin tradition, the signature mason jar remains a popular item among Duplin wine fans. In fact, the winery still sells some wine varieties in mason jars to keep the tradition alive.
Duplin’s North Myrtle Beach location is the only place along the South Carolina coast where Duplin Wine fans, as well as those new to the brand, can visit a Duplin winery. The Grand Strand location attracts thousands of visitors, especially from throughout the Mid-Atlantic, South, and Midwest where Duplin wines for sale locally. As such, these regions have a devoted base of Duplin Wine fans.
Likewise, the award-winning winery’s Rose Hill facility welcomes approximately 100,000 guests each year. These visitors com to tour, sample the wines and enjoy the comfortable, inviting and casual atmosphere there.
When to Go
The Duplin Winery in North Myrtle Beach, adjacent to Barefoot Landing, is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and closed Sunday. Reservations are not required for groups under 10 people, and children are welcome.
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