January 28, 2004
As the friendly staff will inform you, their wines are made from the Muscadine grape. It is the only type of vine that will grow in the sandy/salty soil of the area. The fruit they produce is exceptionally sweet, as is the wine produced from them. Although I prefer dry wines, these were pleasant to taste. In addition to the seven varieties produced from the muscadine grape, they also offer blueberry wine (YUMMY), blackberry wine, a delectable port, and an oh-so-smoooooth sherry.
Aside from selling very reasonably priced wines, the tasting room offers all sorts of wine paraphernalia, a plethora of gourmet condiments, and oils.
From journal Florida Panhandle