Perdido Vineyards

Perdido Vineyards

Perdido

Perdido Vineyards Wines are made exclusively from the finest wine varieties of Muscadine grapes. These distinctive grapes, grown widely throughout the South, have been a favorite of Southerners for generations. The unique flavor of these Southern grapes is captured in the delicious aroma and taste of Perdido Vineyards wines. Perdido Vineyards produces premium white, red, and rosé table wines with the fresh fruity taste of our native Scuppernong and Muscadine grapes. Perdido Vineyards also produces premium quality apple wines made from Alabama apples. These full-bodied flavorful wines have the fresh taste of juicy ripe apples. Perdido Vineyards wines have successfully penetrated the Southern wine market because of their unique appeal to Southern tastes. Our modern 90,000 gallon winery with cold fermentation and temperature controlled storage assures retailers and consumers alike of the finest quality table wines produced and sold in the South. http://perdidovineyards.net

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    • 22100 Old Co Road 47
    • Perdido AL, 36562

    Region

    Perdido is located in the The Gulf Coast Area of the Beaches Gulf Coast Region

    Hours of Operation

    Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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    Rose Cou Rouge (Redneck Rose) Wine

    If you’re into firsts, check out Perdido Vineyards, Alabama’s first farm winery since Prohibition. Perdido Vineyards is a 50-acre muscadine grape vineyard that produces table wines from muscadines and other native Alabama fruits. Perhaps the winery's most inventive selection is the Rosé Cou Rouge, or "Redneck Rose." The playful description on the winery's website notes that Rosé Cou Rouge was "immortalized at Margaritaville on the Redneck Riviera in Gulf Shores." Rosé Cou Rouge is a fruity wine favored by the Southern palate but enjoyed well beyond the South.

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