La Belle Amie Vineyard

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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Jun 13 ~ Jun 19
La Belle Amie produces fantastic muscadine wines made from grapes grown in their very own vineyard. This family winemaking vineyard is the home of the delicious Twisted Sister Wines, with specially blended wines imported from family-run wineries in France.

La Belle Amie Vineyard Visitors Guide

La Belle Amie Vineyard is a winery and gift shop that opened in 1999. Located on 40 acres, the vineyard is part of a former tobacco plantation. It was started by Vicki Bellamy’s ancestors from the south of France, who began making wine as a family tradition. The vineyard has grown into a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. La Belle Amie now offers guests the opportunity to taste a great variety of wines from dry to sweet.

La Belle Amie Vineyard’s Gift Shop is known for its exceptional selection of wine accessories, sauces, and unique gift ideas. The vineyard itself has been widely acclaimed by wine connoisseurs, as well as visitors to the onsite gift shop who have enjoyed the exceptional quality of local grapes used to make La Belle Amie's wines.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who owns La Belle Amie Vineyard?

The vineyard has been owned by the Bellamy family since the 1800s.

2. Can tickets be purchased online?

Yes. You can purchase tickets online at You can choose from two available options which are “admission only” and “wine tasting & admission.”

3. Are there any discounts available?

Yes. Anyone who is 80 years of age and older can get half off the vineyard admission price. Additionally, children who are under the age of 12 are admitted for free.

4. Can I bring my own food and beverages to the vineyard?

During your visit, you may not bring any food or beverages onto the premises. You may, however, purchase food and beverages while you’re there.


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