Frequently Asked Questions

Below you'll find answers to (hopefully) everything you're wondering about visiting our vineyard.  if something important is missing below, please email or call us, thank you!

 
 

Are Dogs allowed?

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Of course, don't leave poor Fido at home!  We love our four-legged friends, especially "Irish", the resident winery pup.  They can often be found wherever there is food.  We do ask that your dogs remain on leashes and that you pick up after your pet, to make it easier we have a conveniently located doggie waste station near our bunny cages on the side of the distillery.  As an even bigger testament to our love of dogs, your dogs are welcome to join you in the tasting room, if you'd like.  We do have a community water dish for animals to stay hydrated during the day. 


where is the best place to grab lunch?

Well, you're in luck!  While there aren't any restaurant options on Wadmalaw Island, a caterer has offered to provide us with lunch options for all of our guests.  If you visit us during the week we have fruit and cheese trays to compliment our beautiful wines.  If you wander over to us on a Saturday, we offer a variety of food available from a local food truck.  They typically have anything from sandwiches, pizzas, burgers, tacos, nachos, etc.  There's something for everyone in your party and it's all made fresh to order.


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Why muscadine wine?

It's pretty simple, actually, muscadines are the only grape native to the US and they thrive in the heat and humidity of the south.  We realize that the typical encounter with muscadine wine is syrupy-sweet, but we find that some of our most popular wines are those we have blended to be more dry.  Whether this is your first experience with the "super grape" called muscadine, or you grew up with them growing wild in your backyard; we encourage you to try our take on muscadine wine; we think you'll be surprised.