Best Places in Myrtle Beach for Wine Fanatics

By MyrtleBeachHotels.com staff • March 28, 2019

While there are plenty of places to grab a beer in Myrtle Beach, sometimes us winos want to enjoy a nice glass of high-quality wine while we're on vacation. Luckily, the Grand Strand offers plenty of places where locals and vacationers can sip on their favorite types of reds and whites.

If you're a wine fanatic looking for a place to taste some local wines, check out the following wineries and wine bars in Myrtle Beach:

Duplin Winery

Located at Barefoot Landing, Duplin Winery has been making a name for itself on the Grand Strand since 2015! This winery boasts fine wines made with Muscadine grapes, producing sweet tastes. Here, guests can opt for a wine tasting or sit out on the porch and enjoy a glass or two while taking in the fresh air outside. 

Coastal Carolina Winery

Coastal Carolina Winery boasts two locations; one in the Village Shops in Pawleys Island and one at Broadway at the Beach! Visitors can choose from a variety of wines to taste while they're here! They also offer three different styles of frozen wine slushies that can be sampled, too. Coastal Carolina Winery makes Chardonnay, Riesling, Great White, Magnolia, and Muscat wines that you can buy right there in the store. 

La Belle Amie Vineyard

Just outside of Myrtle Beach is quaint Little River, and in this historic town is a gem for wine lovers. La Belle Amie boasts grape arbors that are nearly a century old, and produces wine from both locally grown sweet grapes as well as drier varietals more commonly found on the West Coast. Take a tour of the grounds or sit for a free tasting; also grab a bottle to go or to enjoy on the premises. Be sure to take a gander at all their offerings, since many of the wine names are pretty funny.

Coastal Wine Boutique

Take the stuffiness out of wine appreciation at this wine and tapas bar. And would you like some hookah with that? Yes, folks, try some hookah while you taste great wines and sample small plates. There’s definitely a party vibe here, where they frequently host events and live music. And for those with appetites that run into the wee hours, Coastal Wine Boutique is open until 2 a.m.

SeaBlue Wine Bar

Oftentimes the best way to appreciate a great wine is to eat a good meal with it. The menu here comprises sophisticated renditions of local favorites (their high-brow take on shrimp and grits with goat cheese and crispy prosciutto, for example) as well as the freshest local seafood. Exercise your wine knowledge to find a perfect accompaniment or get expert staff advice on pairings. They bill themselves as “South Beach meets Myrtle Beach” — and if that means a bonkers wine list, so be it. All you highest of rollers out there, get yourself a bottle of 2009 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti burgundy for the bargain basement price of $11,000. Red fans of more modest means can try — and delight in — their 2007 Perata Vineyards’ Cab-Sav for $40. That’s more like it. (Wines available by the glass, half-glass, half-bottle, flight and more.)