About Duplin Winery
When most people think about drinking wine in a formal setting, visions of overly-dressed prudes comes to mind. Luckily, Duplin Winery in North Myrtle Beach is neither formal nor prudish.
Instead, it’s a fun and laid-back place to sample some user-friendly wines from North Carolina’s oldest and largest producer of the grape-based drink. With an award-winning wine-making history dating back to 1975, Duplin saw a gap in the wine market on the Grand Strand and decided to open a 15,000 square foot facility adjacent to Barefoot Landing that serves as a tasting room, retail space, and tour-able bottling area.
As for wines, Duplin’s line is close to 40 Muscadines strong, with clever names like Midnight Magnolia, Queen Anne’s Revenge, Sweet Sox White, Bald Head Red, and Positively Pink. Guests can stop in for a tour of the facilities, enjoy a few samples, pick up a couple of bottles for later, and have a great time while doing so.
“Cool, Sweet, and Easy,” is their motto, and after spending just a few minutes with the welcoming crew at Duplin, you’ll understand just why. For more, check out this Myrtle Beach.com original video tour of Duplin Winery.
Duplin Winery Reviews
See what 3 MyrtleBeach.com users said about Duplin Winery:
Avg. rating based on 3 reviews
Fun summer visit
We visited Duplin Winery and found it to be a fun place with great wines that we enjoy. Staff was informative, friendly and welcoming. There was a rainstorm while we were there and found hanging out on the porch to be a nice way to spend an hour or so.Patty RuppertMyrtleBeach.com user
Had a fantastic time, definitely recommend checking out!JasonMyrtleBeach.com user
Recommend offering food
Came by Saturday following Thanksgiving last year at 10:45 am and 2:30pm but was way too crowded to get in. Will try again this year as we vacation at Myrtle Beach during Thanksgiving. Was hoping you would consider offering lite foods (bistro) that would further enhance our experience while there. Our families enjoy the Dublin Wines, especially the 'holiday' offerings. Thanks, and hope to see you this holiday season.TimMyrtleBeach.com user