Duplin Winery | N. Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Duplin Winery | N. Myrtle Beach is located in North Myrtle Beach. Put Duplin Winery | N. Myrtle Beach at the forefront of your travel plans using our North Myrtle Beach vacation generator.
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  • This winery primarily serves sweet wines. The establishment is beautiful. You are greeted when you walk in and are informed of the tasting options. Unlike the Finger Lakes, you get 11 tastings for onl...  read more »
  • If you enjoy sweet wine. ...this is the best place in Myrtle Beach. Live entertainment. We bought a case! 10 stars! 
  • We had an enjoyable tasting with Bruce, very informative and interesting. He spent about an hour with us going through each wine. If you're into sweet wines you will love it. Great gift shop and affor...  read more »
  • This is our second visit to Duplin in Myrtle Beach. The atmosphere is so nice and friendly. Great wine tasting with Phyluss she was so fun and really funny she made our experience great. Wine tasting start at 5.00 with souvenir glass. I live in North Carolina so I love sweet Musadine wine. Always a great visit.
  • I haven't been there yet......but happy their here! I finally went to a tasting & it was all I had imagined! I didn't know they had so many different types along with slushy flavors. Really enjoyed myself & I would recommend this to my friends & family.
  • Been to Duplin several times, and love their wines. I have been a heritage member for around a year. Recently their service has really gone down. The lady doing the wine tasting was somewhat rude and very detached from the group. The bar tender had the same attitude. Seemed like they were very uninterested in being there.
  • Wonderful love to go to drink wine and shop very unique gifts and clothes.
  • Be aware they make very sweet wines almost entirely from muscadine grapes. I am a dry red guy, and checked their website to see if they make dry red. They make "Burgundy", so I figured they make dry red from pinot noir, and thus must buy in grapes to make a few dry reds. Wrong! What they call " Burgundy " is made from Noble, which is, they told me, a muscadine type. The wine bears no resemblance to traditional Burgundy. If you want to taste some very sweet muscadine wines, you will probably enjoy your tasting.
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