13 Sep 2023
If you enjoy a glass of wine (or a bottle), a makes the perfect way to indulge.
It’s all about making choices at the in Freshfields Village, which serves 48 wines by the glass every day. Guests select from three tasting sizes; a one-ounce, three-ounce, or six-ounce. You can also pick up a bottle to go from the retail side, which has over 1,000 labels of every major variety and wine region in the world. There is something for everyone at Forty-eight Wine Bar, including amazing cuisine to enjoy with your vino.
The Lobby Bar at The Sanctuary Hotel offers a top-notch wine selection right on the island. Sip your wine by the fireplace or on the patio where you can hear the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. While the drinks are on the pricey side, you’re also paying for an amazing ambiance.
, a French bistro at Freshfields Village, also offers an extensive wine list. The wait staff makes this place stand out for its welcoming and friendly atmosphere. They also provide fantastic wine recommendations. Be sure to reserve a table at this popular spot.
For a low-key choice close to your property, head to at Seabrook Island. The French-style cafe serves white, red, and bubbly by the glass and by the bottle. Their menu includes dishes made with the freshest ingredients, along with fresh pastries and coffees.
At on Johns Island, it’s about more than wine. It’s about creating memories with the people who sit around the table with you. Somm offers a beautiful space where you can get a taste with a wine flight or a nightly pour. You can also order by the glass or bottle; or take a bottle back to your . The charcuterie, cheese, and side plates perfectly complement the drinks.
Another great little spot on Johns Island is . Tucked in a little corner in the Live Oak Square shopping center off of Maybank Highway, The Woodruff has a vast collection of wines by the glass, plus bottles, bubbly and cocktails. They’ve also curated a menu of small, fun-share plates with a variety of cheese and charcuterie choices, and a menu of unique entrees.
Pick up a bottle or two and end each day of a with a nice glass of wine on your deck or balcony. Salute!