Muscadine grapes waiting to be picked at Fox Hollow Vineyard in Sneads, Florida.

Labor Day brings with it the end of the season at Fox Hollow Vineyard in Sneads, Florida!

The vineyard was founded in 2003 and has grown to become a great success story in local agri-tourism. Owned by Susan and Bruce Paul, Fox Hollow first began producing as a U-pick and commercial vineyard in 2006.

Historian and author Dale Cox (L) shares a laugh as he makes a purchase from Karen and Susan.

The vineyard produces muscadines, a species of grape that is native to Florida and the Southeast. They have been commercially produced since the 1500s when the Spanish first colonized Florida and were growing in vineyard around St. Augustine long before the first Pilgrim landed at Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts.

Fox Hollow Vineyard is open for “U-pick” and “We-pick” purchases from early August through Labor Day weekend of each year.

Fox Hollow Vineyard in Sneads, Florida.

They will be open Saturday, Sunday and Monday of this weekend from 8 a.m. –  8 p.m. (Eastern time). Monday will be the last day for this year!

The cost for U-pick is $5 for a field bucket (around 7 pounds) and $25 for a 5-gallon bucket (around 32 pounds). They also will pick for you and wholesale/bulk purchases are available too.

Click here to visit their website for more information.

The vineyard is located at the intersection of Renegade Pass and Legion Road in Sneads, just one-half mile north of Historic Highway 90.

Enter 8160 Renegade Pass, Sneads, FL into your GPS or use the map below.