A Year-Round Guide to Franklin and Nantahala

Which North Carolina wines should you be sipping? Whether you’re a complete beginner or a self-styled oenophile, there are whites, reds, rosés, and muscadine wines across the state that are

Madison County Championship Rodeo

Which North Carolina wines should you be sipping? Whether you’re a complete beginner or a self-styled oenophile, there are whites, reds, rosés, and muscadine wines across the state that are

Rosemary and Goat Cheese Strata

Which North Carolina wines should you be sipping? Whether you’re a complete beginner or a self-styled oenophile, there are whites, reds, rosés, and muscadine wines across the state that are

Discover Your North Carolina Wine Profile

Which North Carolina wines should you be sipping? Whether you’re a complete beginner or a self-styled oenophile, there are whites, reds, rosés, and muscadine wines across the state that are just waiting to be discovered — and poured into your glass. But where to begin? Food writer Sheri Castle consulted with Angus Barn wine director and Certified Sommelier Henk Schuitemaker to create North Carolina wine profiles and to find out which bottles he recommends uncorking first.

Discover your wine profile — are you a thirsty newcomer, a curious quaffer, or an intrepid connoisseur? — and Henk’s top picks for you by taking our quiz below!



 

This story was published on Jun 24, 2021

Sheri Castle

Sheri Castle hails from Watauga County, but came down off the mountain to go to Carolina and now lives in Fearrington Village. She is a writer, recipe developer, cooking teacher, and popular public speaker. She is fueled by mountains, excellent bourbon, farmers’ markets, and searching for the right word. Sheri believes that stories happen only to those who can tell them.