Irvin-House Vineyard Photos – Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina
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Irvin-House Vineyards is located on Wadmalaw Island, just south of Charleston. The owners host an annual Grape Stomping Festival in celebration of their harvest. Four varieties of muscadine grapes are grown throughout the 48-acre vineyard, from which five varieties of wine are carefully crafted.
The vineyard is a member of the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor Farmer’s Association. The Heritage Corridor cuts across 240 miles, including coastal regions, mountains, and plains.
Visitors are encouraged to stop by the Winery and Tasting Room at Irvin-House Vineyards. Here, they are allowed to sample each of the five wines and purchase bottles to take home with them. There is also an assortment of gifts and locally produced food items.
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