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Irvin-House Vineyards Muscadine Mullet Hall Red NV

Region: USA » South Carolina

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Color: Red
Varietal: Muscadine
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Irvin-House Vineyards:
Jim and Ann Irvin both grew up on family farms. Jim in Louisville, KY and Ann on Johns Island, SC. Their lives followed similar paths, with families and successful careers. Ann became a teacher and Jim a contractor on Kiawah Island. Being somewhat retired when they met, they decided to marry in 2000 blending two families. Being in their 50’s they both wanted to return to their roots and the qua... Read more
Jim and Ann Irvin both grew up on family farms. Jim in Louisville, KY and Ann on Johns Island, SC. Their lives followed similar paths, with families and successful careers. Ann became a teacher and Jim a contractor on Kiawah Island. Being somewhat retired when they met, they decided to marry in 2000 blending two families. Being in their 50’s they both wanted to return to their roots and the quality of life a rural farm community offered. Jim’s dream of making wine and Ann’s gardening and painting hobbies led them to the property on Wadmalaw Island. Thus the creation of Irvin House Vineyard, Charleston’s only winery and vineyard. In March of 2001 they planted 2, 700 muscadine vines and converted farm barns into a winery with a tasting room, creating a unique business and a new attraction for Charleston, South Carolina. The Irvins have produced 5 varieties of wine. These wines range from a semi-dry to the regular sweet muscadine that is reminiscent of the old South. Muscadines are the only grapes that will grow in the humid climate of the Lowcountry. Irvin House Vineyards works with 4 varieties of muscadine grapes. We are open Wednesday through Saturday from 10-5. Read less


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