Now THAT's a tough one! We have so many award-winning wineries in the southeast, it's hard to pinpoint the absolute best as they each have some wines that outshine the others. The NC coast has a lovely winery, Silver Coast Winery, and my husband and I love the San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine, and their sister winery, Lakeridge. The NC mountains have several amazing wineries, and Georgia's wineries have a good reputation, though I have yet to visit them.
by Patty Inglish MS 5 years ago
I hear that 2-3 feet of snow will fall (or slam down), with winds of 60+ mph, like a winter hurricane. All of you be as safe and well prepared as possible. Best hopes and prayers are going forward for you. I remember the Blizzard of 1978 - 1979 in Ohio. Recently out of college, I was snowed in, dug...
by BakerRambles 9 years ago
Did anyone feel that earthquake on the east coast?
by cblack 9 years ago
What is the most beautiful beach on the East Coast of America?
by GoProwithFlow 9 years ago
Is Irene over hyped for New York and the East coast?
by mts1098 8 years ago
I say Baltimore Ravens vs Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl...
by Jawzhouse 10 years ago
why is there little to none meteorite hunting on the east-coast of the USA?
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