At Grove Winery in Gibsonville, the secret to an award-winning strawberry wine comes naturally.
Overmountain Vineyards in Tryon
In the summer, rows of vines heavy with clusters of juicy, red fruit climb the hills around Overmountain Vineyards. The future, however, looks radically different, thanks to a little white grape from France’s foothills and a winemaker’s revolutionary spirit.
Banner Elk Winery
Vintners transform High Country grapes into award-winning vintages in the mountains of Avery County.
In Good Spirit: Old North State Winery & Brewery
Grab a glass at a winery in Mount Airy, and know you’re in good company.
In the heart of wine country, a little, old town ages into a dynamic place that stands on the edge of miraculous.
Farm Fresh North Carolina by Diane Daniel
Diane Daniel provides a thorough guide to North Carolina’s family farms, produce stands, farmers markets, wineries, and orchards.
The Grape: Yadkin Valley
As the first vines began to grow in the Yadkin Valley, few people believed European wine grapes would make it in the clay loam of the foothills and Piedmont. A few pioneers took a chance, however, and a region’s farming heritage lives on.
The Grape: Duplin Winery
Using the thick-skinned muscadines that thrive in the heat of their eastern North Carolina homeland, one gritty family built the biggest winery in the state, one sweet smile and taste at a time.