Florida’s wine trail is a long and winding road, stretching from the Panhandle to the Keys and all points in between, encompassing a unique flavor that is all Florida. In the posts below, 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.
Though the Florida wine industry may still be considered upstart, winemaking has a long history in the Sunshine State.
The makeup of Florida wine differs greatly from standard Old World varietals. Here we take a look at the fruit behind the wine.
When it comes to Florida wine, Lakeridge Winery and San Sebastian Winery are two of the state’s major players.
When it comes to Florida wine, blueberries offer a distinct yet familiar taste.
Florida’s tropical climate, and plethora of nectary fruits, has create a unique market for tropical wines.
More than just a sweet sip, the science behind Florida wine makes for one smart—and healthy—drink.
After tasting dozens of Florida wines, a few stood out as must tries.
Blueberry wine never tasted so good as when stirred in this recipe for Florida Sangria.