Florida Wine: The Sweet Side of the Sunshine State

Florida’s wine trail is a long and winding road, stretching from the Panhandle to the Keys and all points between, encompassing a unique flavor that is all Florida. Here, we take an in-depth look into an industry whose roots stretch back to Juan Ponce de Leon, and a market that is just now finding its footing.

Florida Wine HistoryA Timeline

Though the Florida wine industry may still be considered upstart, winemaking has a long history in the Sunshine State.

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Florida Wine - the muscadine grapeVine Wise

The makeup of Florida wine differs greatly from standard Old World varietals. Here we take a look at the fruit behind the wine.

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Lakeridge Winery - San Sebastian Winery - Florida Farm WineryThe Standard-Bearers

When it comes to Florida wine, Lakeridge Winery and San Sebastian Winery are two of the state’s major players.

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Blueberry wine - Island Grove Wine Company - Keel & Curly WineryBlue is the New Red

When it comes to Florida wine, blueberries offer a distinct yet familiar taste.

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Tropical Fruit Wine - Schnebly Redland's WineryExotic Fruit, Tropical Wine

Florida’s tropical climate, and plethora of nectary fruits, has create a unique market for tropical wines.

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Florida Wine ResearchSweet Science & The Florida Paradox

More than just a sweet sip, the science behind Florida wine makes for one smart—and healthy—drink.

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Wine Tasting Florida WinesTaste & Tell

After tasting dozens of Florida wines, a few stood out as must tries.

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Florida Sangria - Blueberry WineFlorida Sangria

Blueberry wine never tasted so good as when stirred in this recipe for Florida Sangria.

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