most native wineries of the South, the mighty muscadine is the
grape of choice for making South Carolina wines.
It was Sir
Walter Raleigh who in the mid-1600's reported them growing "on
the sandy shores and in the green fields," along roadsides
and growing wild up and around the sides of Southern colonial
More information about South Carolina wineries around the Web:
South Carolina Wineries & Winery Tours - Good overview of the SC winery scene with information on wine events and related travel information with lists of suggested wineries, locations and contact details.