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The opening of the new Grandfather Vineyard and Winery in Foscoe on May 19 and this weekend's Saturday, May 28, debut of the 1861 Farmhouse Restaurant & Winery in Valle Crucis bring to three the number of wineries available to area residents and visitors. Read more »
The opening of the new Grandfather Vineyard and Winery in Foscoe on May 19 and this weekend’s Saturday, May 28, debut of the 1861 Farmhouse Restaurant & Winery in Valle Crucis bring to three the number of wineries available to area residents and visitors. Read more »
Aug 24, 2012. A locally-made wine produced by Steve and Sally Tatum and their winemaker son Dylan earned high honors at an international high-elevation wine competition in Italy during July. Read more »
One High Country winery is already winning awards and attracting fine wine aficionados. Add the High Country's two new wineries, and you have a Boone Area Wine Trail with three sophisticated viticultural experiences. Read more »
Grandfather Vineyard’s “Terraced Gold” wine was awarded 85 out of 100 points at Europe’s annual International Mountain Wine Competition held in Aosta Italy in July, missing a silver medal by fewer than three points. Read more »
BOONE, N.C. — Some North Carolina mountain communities have come up with a new plan to attract wine lovers to help boost the economy. The Watauga Tourism Development Authority helped develop the Boone Area Wine Trail. Read more »
Some of your favorite Grandfather Vineyard wines are award winners! At the 2011 North Carolina State Fair, we won a gold medal for our Ice Wine, and bronze medals for our Terrace Gold and Profile Red. We're sorry to report that we're sold out of the Ice Wine and Terrace Gold, but we should have more Ice Wine in May 2012. We have plenty of Profile Red, which has become our best seller. Stop by for a tasting and judge for yourself!
The North Carolina Winery Guide has been released by visitnc.com. The guide includes regional winery listings, descriptions and directions. Free copies are available at the winery.
Find out more about the growing North Carolina wine industry by visiting NC Grape Growers Association.
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