SeaBreeze Winery opened in 2003. It is located on Panama City Beach, and is one of the youngest Florida wineries.
The winery uses grapes from its vineyards located 35 miles northwest of Panama City Beach in Bruce, Florida.
The first vines were planted in 1996. The plantings are now 100 acres, reportedly the largest single vineyard in the State of Florida.
The grapes are brought to this facility where crushing, pressing and fermentation take place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks.
The wine making process is carefully monitored in the on premises lab to insure the highest quality.
In the summer following harvest the wines are bottled in the winery's small but modern bottling line.
Visitors are frequently able to observe the many operations of making fine wine as the processes are under way while tours are being given.
SeaBreeze Wineries premium wines are produced from muscadine grapes.
These wines are intended to be consumed within 2 to 3 years of release.
The exception to this rule is the Port and Sherry which are long lived and will lay down for many years.
The types of wine range from dry to sweet.
There is a well stocked gift shop that also includes a complimentary wine tasting area.