We hosted a livestream discussion on the future of the wineries if the Tryon Foothills wine region. A discussion on the evolution of viticulture and winemaking in the Tryon Foothills. Could an AVA designation be in the future? Tuesday, October 13, 2020 Joining our live discussion were the next generation of the families who own... Continue Reading →
Grape Clusters Protected by Netting Cabernet Franc Elkin Creek Vineyard Campground Vino! Enoree River Winery View at Piccione Vineyards Stone Ash Vineyard St. Paul Mountain Vineyards Jenni and Pam Framed @ Parker-Binns Vineyard Sugar Tit? Distillery? Open Bottles at 2020 Palmetto Wine Competition Keepers Cut Meadery Mountain Brook Vineyards Kick Ass Cider and Kan-Gria White... Continue Reading →
Four wineries in the Tryon Foothills are keeping the viticulture and winemaking tradition going with live music, fine wine, and smiling faces serving up the weekend fun. Each winery offering a vibe unique and different yet intrinsically enticing.
Tonight we celebrate Cabernet Franc day with one of our favorites. Our wine tonight is the Cabernet Franc from Parker-Binns Vineyard in the Tryon Foothills of North Carolina. Vintage 2016 Blend of 77% Cabernet Franc and 23% Chambourcin. Dark ruby color with a gorgeous garnet rim. Aromatic nose of cocoa, coffee, lavender, cranberry, and graphite.... Continue Reading →
There are many great events at your local winery each week. It is one of the perks of being in the know. Each third Friday of every month, Parker-Binns Vineyards in the Tryon Foothills host a sunset viewing party at the barn tasting room from six to nine. Complementary fare of pulled pork sandwiches, au... Continue Reading →