A state known for humidity, uneven rainfall and infertile soil, wine production in Florida would seem like a farce. But grapes have been grown, crushed and turned into wine in the Sunshine State since 1564, long before states like California. Now, after years of failed attempts to grow European varieties, producers embrace native Muscadine grapes and other fruits to craft bottles that tell the centuries-old story of Florida’s wines.
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And cheers to our friends @SummerCrushWinery @SchneblyWinery @SanSebastianWinery and @FlaglerBeachfrontWinery who have created A1A-mazing wines & experiences for all (of legal age) to enjoy!
And when you’re ready to get out and start exploring again, we invite you to visit these wineries plus the A1A-stonishing distilleries of @MarlinBarrel @StAugustineDistillery and @KeyWestLegalRum on the Passport to Explore A1A: Wine & Spirits Tour. Peace, Love, A1A…