Florida Orange Groves and Winery, St. Petersburg
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Take a tour of Florida Orange Groves and Winery, the state's original tropical fruit winery. The third-generation family-owned and operated company produces over 40 different varieties of wine. On a tour, which are held six days a week, you'll learn how the wines are made of unusual ingredients such as mango, banana, pineapple, and pears. Sample a few and come home with a bottle of your favorite. Quirky creations such as "Key Lime Wine," "Mango Momma," and "Hurricane White Sangria" have garnered an array of awards. Put Florida Orange Groves and Winery into our St. Petersburg vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in St. Petersburg.
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This winery is probably my favorites i do like the sweeter wines and at this point I have taste tested all of them. I normally go to the Tin City or Ft. Myers Beach location but after i dropped my hus... read more »
They say they have wines people like right away and they aren't lying. The wines are great!! Fun history and quite an operation, putting out LOTS of choices. If you can't find a wine here you like the... read more »
Family owned business, great knowledge, wine and merchandise. Loved the white sangria, the key lime cookies and sorbets! We got the tour from groupon and its definitely worth it! Will definitely recom... read more »
I love their wine! It is an enjoyable experience to visit their shop on So. Pasadena Ave.- you can sample the wines & choose the wines you like best. I really like the new sangria wine they have mastered. The sangria bottle label is actually a copy of one of St. Pete's Artist's murals that is displayed downtown!
Somehow I always forget to leave a review for this place, even though I've been here a handful of times. Stop in for the tour and the tasting. The little wine pouches are pretty handy for trips to the beach, concerts, etc., but the normal bottles are what I usually get. They have really good mixes, too, for more of a 'slurry' alcoholic treat. Great for summers in Florida!
overly sweet wines for my taste, but a fun tour. They certainly make the effort to enjoy their wine making and their wine slushies are delicious. We got a bottle and a glass besides the tasting with our tour, and learned a bit of the process in the process. Good times. I would recommend this to anyone in the area with an afternoon to spend.
Duane Powell -SBE-
May not always be orange season. However with wine tasting and story this place makes you remember how a family small business can adapt and grow. Great souvenirs and ambiance.
After my crew told me there were no wineries in Florida I set out to challenge them - this little spot was the closest so off we set. At first I thought we'd been duped with the abundance of retail shopping out front but make no mistake this is a working winery! Their FREE tour was informative with up close views of the whole process, then a generous tasting - 7 varieties! Everyone in our group took bottles home. I was excited for Florida oranges being made into wine but found it tasted more like pith than juice, but the key lime is a MUST TRY.
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