Your Ultimate Guide to Greenville's Wineries, Tasting Rooms & Bottle Shops

Wine(d) Your Way Around Greenville County.
First Come, First Served.





A small craft winery in the southern Greenville County countryside, City Scape Winery focuses on producing high-quality batches of local, innovative wines. Its dry white muscadine wine was named the “Best Estate-Grown Wine” in the 2019 Palmetto Wine Competition, and no visit is complete without saying hello to Pinot, the winery’s resident pot-bellied pig.
589 Dunklin Bridge Rd., Pelzer


Victoria Valley Vineyards’ 47-acre site in northern Greenville County was chosen for its elevation and soil structure, which was perfect for growing and producing its popular Vinifera wines. The European flavors and French-style chateau make for a perfect escape and an excursion you’ll never forget. Enjoy lunch on the terrace, get a group tour of the winery, and try a wine flight.
1360 S. Saluda Rd., Cleveland


Eagle Mountain Vineyards & Winery

Recently opened in summer 2021, Eagle Mountain Vineyards & Winery’s Director of Winemaking, master winemaker George Bursick, once produced the #1 wine in the world, as rated by Wine Spectator. In addition to growing grapes on its estate in northern Greenville County (along Scenic Hwy 11), the winery also sources grapes from the finest vineyards in California.
2330 Hwy 11, Travelers Rest

Wellborn  Winery

Located just north of Travelers Rest, Wellborn Winery was looking for a way to distinguish itself among South Carolina wineries, and it found one. By blending French-American hybrids and native American grapes, it produces a distinctive collection of wines that tastefully articulate the history and nature of the Upstate region’s climate and soil.
254 Mush Creek Rd., Travelers Rest



Nestled between the mountains in Marietta just 30 minutes from Greenville, sits Kennington Family Winery. With 11 wines on their handcrafted menu, the Kennington’s have carefully selected the best winemakers from across the country and mixed them with the family’s unique flavors from Upstate South Carolina. The winery offers a blend for everybody—your experience is intended to be tailored to what you wish, whether you prefer to sip (or not), and to be enjoyed around people who value community.
507 Beaver Dam Rd, Marietta






[ elevation966 ] Winery

Greenville's first urban winery, elevation966 boasts unique, handmade small-batch wines. This relatively-new-to-the-scene winery is located in The Junction at Greenville Downtown Airport, so you can pair your wine with tacos from the second (and larger) location of White Duck Taco Shop. 
301 Airport Rd. Suite H (The Junction at Downtown Airport)




You could drive yourself around on a self-made winery tour OR you could book a 6-person luxurious SUV or a larger, comfy 11-passenger van and let the Van in Black (who specialize in winery tours) do the driving for you. Wine tasting is a lot more fun with a group and when you don’t have to worry about drinking and driving. Cruise around in style as your knowledgeable driver takes you to all the wineries you desire—and stores all your wine purchases (and sides of cheese?) in the extra storage space. [Cue Music: "Here comes the Van in Black... " 🎼]



Craft beer may be their "normal" thing, but The Brewery Experience guides love wine, too! Now offering a brand new private tour, get picked up at your home/hotel/Airbnb and head to Hendersonville, NC for guided five-flight tastings at both Marked Tree and Burntshirt Vineyards, a full glass of wine (your pick), hearty, delicious snacks and a beverage on the van for the ride there. Another tour option from Greenville includes a trip to beautiful Parker-Binns and Mountain Brook Vineyards in the Tryon-Foothills wine region of North Carolina just down the mountain from Hendersonville. There is a six-person minimum for both tours making it the perfect getaway for a group of couples, bachelorette, or birthday parties!




Greenville's local wine shops and wine tasting rooms offer a vast selection of vino that would make any wine lover fall head over heels (but just be sure to get an Uber if you get too head over heels).


The Red Horse Inn Wine Bar

Come enjoy a glass of your favorite wine and take in the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains at the Red Horse Inn Wine Bar, a recently opened outdoor wine venue with live music. It's the perfect setting to try out an extensive collection of different wines, eat cheese, and soak in the spectacular mountain views. Well-behaved dogs are allowed, there is a snack menu, and if you're lucky, there will be a food truck on the premises! 
45 Winstons Chase Court, Landrum



The Cook's Station

Passing by The Cook’s Station with the assumption that it’s just a place to buy some pots and pans is a big mis-steak you don’t want to make. This longtime Greenville staple packs a whole lot into its beautiful, spacious confines, and one of those many things is a wine bar. The Cook’s Station’s outdoor patio is just as good a place to enjoy some vino by the glass or by the bottle. Striving to curate eclectic and affordable selections of wine from all over the world, the wine menu is intended to please the connoisseur just as much as those of us who pick a wine based on how pretty the label is. If there’s a beer drinker in your midst, The Cook’s Station also offers beer by the glass, bottle, and can. Enjoy an adult beverage while you shop or take a load off and stay awhile and you’ll see why The Cook’s Station is considered by locals to be a perfect location for relaxation.
515 Buncombe St. (Heritage Green)

The Tasting Room of Travelers Rest

The entire premise of The Tasting Room of TR is to make artisan wine more accessible and less intimidating. It does so by providing a place where people can not only buy wine (and craft beer), but also learn about it through educational wine-tasting events.
164 S. Main St. Suite C, Travelers Rest

Foxcroft Wine Co.

With an eclectic and extensive selection of wines by the glass, a wide tasting menu, and the ability to buy any bottle of wine on their shelves at retail prices (with no additional corkage fees or restaurant-level margins), downtown’s Foxcroft Wine Co. takes the risk out of trying something new. When combined with their from-scratch kitchen, Foxcroft offers an ample variety of items to tempt your tastebuds!
631 S. Main St.

SIP Whiskey & Wine Bar

SIP Whiskey & Wine Bar offers an unrivaled combination—a lively, full-service bar with wine by the glass and an impressive view of the center of downtown from its rooftop location overlooking ONE City Plaza.
103 N. Main St., #400

At Northampton Wine + Dine, one of downtown Greenville’s mainstays, you can buy wine, drink wine, and get a meal to accompany your wine. And if your selection is unavailable? The knowledgeable staff stands ready to recommend an alternative that may well become your new favorite.
211 E. Broad St.

What do you get when you pair a seasoned sommelier and an avid wine collector? Wine House, a shop and tasting room on Haywood Road that offers a creative and relaxing environment to savor a glass of wine, sit and enjoy a bottle with friends, or discover a new favorite to take home.
475 Haywood Rd., #8

Sweet Sippin'

Sweet Sippin’ is all about local. In Simpsonville, Sweet Sippin’ is part-winery, part-brewery, and part-gift shop filled with items crafted by local artisans. Throw in live music and events, and you have a unique and memorable local gem.​ 
103 W. Curtis St., Simpsonville




You purchased some extra bottles of wine from your visits to wineries and bottle shops ... so now what? Well, we’ve got just the thing at these BYOW establishments. 

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