It’s safe to say our hobby has turned into an obsession. What started as a way to spend time together, has turned into a way of life. Therefore, we celebrate 2018 North Carolina wine month with our 2nd annual post of a few things we love about #NCWine.
Still love that Burntshirt Vineyards in Hendersonville was the first winery we ever visited together. It was also where I proposed. Love sitting under their portico, enjoying the Meritage or the Sunset Sippin’.
Love that Cabo Winery stays open late and offers fun wines such as Hissy Fit (Strawberry) and the Bless Your Heart (Coconut) and Over Yonder (Chocolate Covered Cherry).
Love the incredible improved Mountain Brook Vineyards.
Love enjoying a glass by the fire pit at Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyards.
Love Henry the Peacock at Catawba Farms Winery.
Love the White Merlot on the back patio at Brandon Hills Vineyards .
Love brick oven pizza and live music on Sunday Funday at Parker Binns.
Love that overnight accomodations are available in a treehouse at Treehouse Vineyards.
Love that Biltmore Winery is the most visited winery in the country.
Love visiting the smallest winery in the country, Calaboose Cellars in Andrews up in the Great Smokey Mountains. Located in an old jailhouse.
Love sipping on wine slushies at Eagle Fork Vineyards.
Love the Killer Bee spirits from the distillery at Windsor Run Cellars.
Love the Bordeaux style at South Creek Vineyards.
Love Wally and LaLa at Silk Hope Winery
Love shopping for antiques at Lake James Cellars.
Love the bourbon barrel aged Cab Sauv at Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyards.
Love strolling through the vineyard to St. Anna’s Chapel at Russian Chapel Hills.
Love the listening to the river while enjoying a glass on the porch at Roaring River Vineyards.
Love the Outer Banks Ice Wine from Sanctuary Vineyards.
Love that the oldest vine in America, the Mother Vine on Mateo in the OBX is still producing grapes.
Love the beautiful grounds at Daveste’ Vineyards.
Love the 360 degree mountain views at Point Lookout Vineyards.
Love the “Love” Alchemy Herbal Mead from Addison Farms Vineyard.
Love that Duplin in Rose Hill is the largest Muscadine producer in the World!
Love that Hinnant is the largest Muscadine Vineyard in state.
Hinnant Vineyards sure has racked up many awards!
Love that even though we have visited almost 120 North Carolina wineries there remain nearly 80 more for us still to visit, and more opening each year.
Happy weekend wining! Get out this September and celebrate North Carolina Wine Month by visiting and enjoying the nearly 200 North Carolina Wineries!
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