Vineyards and Wineries in the Piedmont Triad
Allison Oaks Vineyard and Winery, Yadkinville (Yadkin County)
Allison Oaks Vineyards is a family-owned vineyard. We invite you to come visit our tasting room located in Downtown Yadkinville, "the heart of the Yadkin Valley." Come taste our distinctive and unique wines including our Orchard White, Proprietors Red, Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Zinfandel. Art Gallery with art for sale. Vintage Inn B&B only 3 Blocks Away. Part of the Shallow Ford Wine Trail.
Autumn Creek Vineyards, Mayodan (Rockingham County)
Enjoy the results of our fine French varietals in our picturesque tasting room. We chose to plant French Varietals because the soil, climate, and altitude were conducive for growing these grapes. The "Cabin in the Vines" is a welcome break from everyday life. A secluded, romantic getaway is waiting for you. Add wine, cheese, and a delectable catered meal provided by our professinal chef for your special occasion or just a weekend away from reality.
Benjamin Vineyards & Winery, Graham (Alamance County)
This family owned and operated winery is located in the heart of the Piedmont region of North Carolina along the banks of the Haw River. A variety of palate-tempting wines ranging in taste from traditional dry dinner wines to sweet country favorites. Part of the Haw River Wine Trail.
Brandon Hills Vineyard, Yadkinville (Yadkin County)
Brandon Hills Vineyard is located in the gently sloping foothills of the Yadkin Valley. This unspoiled old tobacco farm now emulates its hardiness by producing the succulent grapes that are reflected in our flavorful wines. Brandon Hills is family owned and operated. Enjoy our great wines on the back porch which offers an exquisite view of our vineyard and the rolling hills or sit inside at the bar which will host our 240 gallon saltwater reef tank. Tours of vineyard are available. Part of the Shallow Ford Wine Trail.
Brushy Mountain Winery, Elkin (Surry County)
The creation of the Brushy Mountain Winery celebrates two families' legacy by returning to thier roots in historic downtown Elkin. The Mayberry and Harris families have united the artistry of winemaker Sean McRitchie and carefully sourced grapes from the Yadkin Valley appellation to create wines of distinction, quality and character.
Carolina Heritage Vineyard & Winery, Elkin (Surry County)
Located in the heart of the Yadkin Valley along the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, this fertile, sun-soaked landscape is the perfect place for our grapes to grow unadulterated. Organically raised and handpicked, our variety of muscadines and hybrid North American grapes produce naturally delicious wine for your table. Stop by our tasting room or enjoy a tour.
Cellar 4201, East Bend (Yadkinville County)
Cellar 4201 is a boutique-style family owned vineyard in the Yadkin Valley region. We are growing premium grapes in small lots that are producing fine wines. Come enjoy these wines Oaked Chardonnay, Stainless Chardonnay, Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sweet Native outside on the patio and bring a picnic lunch. Tours of the vineyard are also available.
Childress Vineyards, Lexington (Davidson County)
Named one of the Top 25 Tasting Rooms in America by Wine Enthusiast magazine (May 2008). The winery is open daily for tours, tastings, lunch and Sunday Brunch at the Bistro. Also enjoy our picnic area and walking trails. Free weekend music series May through October plus other special events.
Divine Llama Vineyards, East Bend (Yadkin County)
Divine Llama Vineyards was developed by two architects, Thomas Hughes and Michael West. The tasting room, located in a rustic farmhouse, is nestled among five acres of vineyards and pastures for llama andminiature horses. Tours of the vineyard are available. Award winning wines include Traminette, Chardonel, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, In A Heartbeat Red Blend, and Red Rita Rose.
Dobbins Creek Vineyards, Hamptonville (Yadkin County)
Dobbins Creek Vineyards is set against the backdrop of the beautiful Swan Creek area in the Yadkin Valley. Our vines first took root in 2002 with additional plantings in 2003, 2004 and 2006. Dobbins Creek Vineyards offers spectacular views. On most clear days you can see the buildings of Winston-Salem about 43 miles away and on a very clear day you can see the top of Grandfather Mountain about 73 miles to the west. Come out for a visit, enjoy the view and taste some great wines.
Elkin Creek Vineyard and Winery, Elkin (Surry County)
Perched atop a knoll overlooking Big Elkin Creek is a small winery worthy of attention. Hand-crafted with both native timbers & tradition is a rustic facility where you will find wines made from carefully tended estate vines expressing their ultimate potential. Experience breads baked in an authentic European stone oven, vast varieties of olives + cheeses as well as the tranquility of an ageless waterfall. Elkin Creek Winery, come for the wine, stay for the experience.Enjoy memorable dining at the Kitchen at Elkin Creek, serving lunch and dinner Thurs-Sat and Sunday brunch.
Flint Hill Vineyards, East Bend (Yadkin County)
Flint Hill, a designated Century Family Farm, has lovingly restored the 1800s farmhouse that sits nestled among century-old oak trees and serves as our tasting room. Wine made from grapes grown in Flint Hill won awards at the 1889 French Exposition, and once again Flint Hill is producing award-winning wines. Come enjoy our wines on the porch, patio or picnic area. Century Kitchen Restaurant on-site, open Thursday - Sunday.
Garden Gate Vineyards, Mocksville (Davie County)
Open Wednesday - Saturday 12pm-5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm. Producing home-style fruit wines; Muscadine, Blackberry, Scuppernong, Raspberry, Blueberry, Scarlet Blush and Strawberry. Free tasting bar and gift shop featuring hand-crafted ceramics.
Germanton Vineyard & Winery, Germanton (Forsyth County)
Germanton Vineyard & Winery had its beginning in 1981 when it began processing the plush grapes grown in the Piedmont area of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Germanton Vineyard & Winery offers a variety of quality and award-winning North Carolina wines harvested from this country setting. Open for tastings Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 am - 6:00pm; Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm; call for Sunday hours. The winery shares a location with Germaton Gallery, which hosts numerous shows throughout the year including: Annual Miniature Show, Stokes Arts Council Wine Bid and Boogie, Painting North Caroliana and much more. Visit the shop to see the many beautifully framed pieces available for sale or visit them on-line.
GlenMarie Vineyards & Winery, Burlington (Alamance County)
Located on the glens of Graham Mebane Lake. Wine list: Red - Cabernet Savignon, Syrah, Sweet Marie, Chambourcin, Muscadine, Dallas Red, Blackberry and Daisey May Red; White - Summer's Promise, Scuppernong, Carolina Springtime, and Golden Nugget, Strawberry Wine and Daisey May White Wine. Part of the Haw River Wine Trail.
Grove Winery & Vineyards, Gibsonville (Alamance County)
Grove Winery & Vineyards is an artisan winery specializing in growing and crafting exceptional local wines. Our award-winning estate vineyards are located on the banks of the Haw River. We feature the following wines Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Nebbiolo, Norton, Traminette, Viognier, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Sangiovese, Strawberry, Chardonnay, and Tempranillo. Part of the Haw River Wine Trail.
Hanover Park Vineyard, Yadkinville (Yadkin County)
The Yadkin River Valley in the Piedmont of North Carolinawith its dry summers offers an ideal environment for producing excellent fruit for outstanding wine. Hanover Park Vineyard is the first bonded winery in Yadkin County since prohibition. Come taste our wines while picnicking next to our 1897 farmhouse under the shade of our old oak trees. Part of the Shallow Ford Wine Trail.
Hutton Vineyards & Winery, Dobson (Surry County)
Less than a mile from Historic Rockford, close to the banks of the Yadkin River, lies one of the newest vineyards in the bustling Yadkin Valley wine region of North Carolina. With 45 acres of grapes and 30 acres of pasture, we purchased our dream farm in 2002 and began our ambitious task of carving out a countryside vineyard and winery. Our story and vision is both unique and inspirational. We invite you -- our new friends -- to tag along with us for the journey. Enjoy a tour, visit our tasting room and experience the fruits of our labor.
Junius Lindsay Vineyard, Lexington (Davidson County)
Enjoy our nationally acclaimed wines in the states only open-air tasting room. This Victorian-style building also houses a brick ceiling cellar for tastings and private events. Our boutique winery proudly serves estate bottled wines native to the Rhne Valley: Viognier, Syrah, Petite Sirah and Roussanne varietals and blends. The vineyard is named for Junius Lindsay Zimmerman, who settled the land over a century ago. Bring a picnic and enjoy the wine and beauty of the vineyard.
Laurel Gray Vineyards & Winery, Hamptonville (Yadkin County)
Nestled in the heart of the Yadkin Valley is Laurel Gray Vineyards & Winery. Our family came to this region from London, England in 1773 and fell so deeply in love with the Yadkin Valley that for 10 generations we have remained. We invite you to visit our tasting room/gift shop, which is a 75-year-old milking parlor, relax by the farm pond, or take a guided tour of our winery.
Little River Vineyard & Winery, Mt Gilead (Montgomery County)
Little River Winery combines the best elements of wineries throughout the world. Winemaking techniques developed and used in France, Italy, Argentina, South Africa and Napa Valley are being implemented and used at Little River. Little River specializes in traditional wines such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and others. We are also making several interesting fruit wines such as a Dry Strawberry, and Sparkling Apple that have drawn significant demand. These fruit wines are great for parties, picnics and special events for groups.
Misty Creek Vineyards, Mocksville (Davie County)
Misty Creek Vineyards, Davie County's newest winery is currently producing Chardonnay, Merlot and Chambourcin with a Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah blend, a Syrah, and a Sweet Rose coming soon. Contact the winery for further information about tours. The Tasting Room is open Friday: 4pm to 8 pm, Saturday: 10 am to 8 pm, Sunday: 2 pm - 6 pm. Part of the Shallow Ford Wine Trail.
Native Vines Winery, Lexington (Davidson County)
Native Vines Winery is the first Native American Indian-owned winery. We've been producing completely natural seasonal fruit wines since 1998, with a focus on apple and blackberry. These wines are produced from fruit grown on farm and are completely natural. Dedicated to producing the purest product possible, for customers and the environment. Tasting room open Wednesday thru Sunday.
Olde Mill Winery & Vineyards, Mt Airy, (Surry County)
Enjoy a taste of the simple country life. Settle into our rustic tasting room, a unique and relaxing sanctuary that has been awakened out of an 1800s farmhouse. Experience great wines and friendly conversation, all the while nestled among the vestiges of a more peaceful past age. Open Saturday and Sunday Only. Open Saturday 12noon-6pm and Sunday 1pm-6pm. The Vines have been planted since 2001 and the tasting room opened in 2010.
RagApple Lassie Vineyards, Boonville (Yadkin County)
RagApple Lassie Vineyards cordially invites you to come hear our story, taste our award-winning wines, have lunch in the Back Door Cafe, savor a glass of wine on the patio, enjoy live music on Saturday, or just relax amid the ambiance of RagApple Lassie! We're located in the Yadkin Valley Appellation, nestled in the foothills of North Carolina's majestic Blue Ridge Mountains in the town of Boonville. RagApple Lassie Vineyards, named for third generation farmer Frank Hobson's Grand Championship 4-H Show Calf, was conceived and built by Frank Hobson and his wife, Lenna, as their Plan "B" to ensure that this hundred-year-old tobacco farm remained agricultural, profitable, and intact for future generations. Plan a relaxing getaway at Hobson House, the ancestral home of Frank Hobson Jr., located on the RagApple Lassie Vineyards property. Built for Frank's mother as a bride, this circa 1930 bungalow-style brick home boasts three large bedrooms: one king and two queens; a cook's kitchen complete with dishwasher; dining room, living room, den, free internet, cable TV, a front porch, and a backyard swing! Beautifully decorated and furnished with everything you need, including luxury linenes, for a peaceful, relaxing stay. Two night minimum stay and reservations are required. RagApple Lassie Vineyards grows French vinifera grapes "Southern Style" and this very eclecticism makes the growing of traditional European grapes on an old Southern farm seem perfectly natural, which is, of course, the "hoof print" of all things RagApple Lassie! Come see for yourself!
RayLen Vineyards & Winery, Mocksville (Davie County
The distinctive cupola roof top of RayLen Vineyards & Winery is a beacon for the southern portion of the Yadkin Valley Appellation. The rolling hills and winding drive will romance you as you drive through 35,000 European varietal grape vines. Taste the wines, tour the facility, and settle yourself in on the porch with a great bottle of wine, grown and produced by RayLen Vineyards & Winery. Wine list includes Pinot Grigio, Chardonnays, Cabernet blends, Merlot, and proprietors blends.
Round Peak Vineyard, Mt Airy, (Surry County)
Round Peak Vineyards is located in the Yadkin Valley AVA, sitting at 1300 ft. in elevation in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We currently have 12 acres of vineyards producing 8 French and Italian varietals. All of our award-winning wines are estate bottled, using only the grapes grown in our vineyard. Open Daily for tours and tastings. Pet-friendly winery in the Yadkin Valley Wine Region.
Sanders Ridge Vineyard & Winery, Boonville (Yadkin County)
Come to Sanders Ridge Vineyard, Winery and Restaurant to taste the distinct flavors of the foothills and experience the sights, sounds and scenery our great-grandfather Sanders did more than 100 years ago. Our handcrafted post and beam winery is nestled deep within 150 acres of the most serene and secluded natural spaces within the Yadkin River Valley. Relax by the lake, stroll the nature trails, and sip estate grown wine paired with nostalgic southern comfort foods prepared fresh daily from our farm's USDA certified organic vegetable gardens. Tours are available. Tasting room open daily. Restaurant on site open Thursday - Sunday. Our restaurant's menu is New Southern and includes a variety of daily entree specials featuring in season vegetables and herbs from our own certified organic farm, as well other locally sourced foods. Dine inside by the fireplace, or out on our wide front porches and deck. Picnics and take-out are also available. Open Thursday - Sunday for lunch and dinner.
Shadow Springs Vineyard, Hamptonville (Yadkin County)
Shadow Springs Vineyard is a family owned vineyard in the Swan Creek section of the Yadkin Valley. The tasting room overlooks the vineyard and the two acre pond and also features a gazebo.
Shelton Vineyards, Dobson (Surry County)
North Carolina's largest family-owned vineyard surrounds a beautiful state-of-the-art Winery nestled into a Blue Ridge Ridge hillside. Tour, taste and then dine at the Yadkin Valley's Premier restaurant: The Harvest Grill located on the property.
Slightly Askew Winery, Elkin (Surry County)
Not your typical Winery, we’re a “slightly” different Yadkin Valley Winery. Enjoy wine produced from local juices, as well as juices from some of the best wine regions around the world. We offer a large selection of fruit wines for the sweet wine lovers, as well as dry and semi-dry reds and whites for the dry wine lovers. Drop in for a visit – you’re guaranteed to have a Slightly Askew time!
Stonefield Cellars, Stokesdale (Guilford County)
An award-winning winery that offers the complete wine experience in an accessible and romantic setting just north of Greensboro. On-site tasting room, tours, wine and gifts. In addition, offsite wine tasting and sales available for groups of 30 or more.
Stony Knoll Vineyards, Dobson (Surry County)
Beautiful designer vineyards, tasting room and winery, and old homeplace known as the Wine Lodge
The Winery at Iron Gate Farm, Mebane (Alamance County)
Experience our wines during the week at our tasting bar located in our gift shop. On the weekend, you can tour our processing area and have a seated wine tasting experience in our event center. Historically known for producing brighleaf tobacco grown on small family farms, now we are continuing this tradition of farming the land. Come see and enjoy our on-site pond, fishing pier, Turtle Island and Belgian draft horses. The tasting room gift shop features items by local artists and crafts people. We also offer specialty labels for weddings, anniversaries and birthdays available. Award-winning wine list includes Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Chambourcin, Brightleaf White, Pack House Red, Flue Fire, Iron Gate Blackberry, Iron Gate Green Apple, Carolina Gold, and Rustic Blooming. Due to the number of wines we are currently tasting (12+) it's recommended that you arrive no later than 5pm. This should give adequate time to enjoy our wine tasting experience. We close promptly at 6pm. Please check out website to check on our winery events such as Music in the Courtyard. Part of the Haw River Wine Trail.
Weathervane Winery, Lexington (Davidson County)
We have developed 14 great wines and each of our wines are handmade! Nothing is mass produced, no filtering, and no huge storage tanks for aging. Everything is done by hand, assuring that each bottle has the best taste. Weathervane Winery gets its name because of the huge influence the weather has on wine production. From grape development, to the final phase of fermentation, weather is key to great taste!
Westbend Vineyards, Lewisville (Forsyth County)
Prime 60-acre vineyard, producing 15,000 cases of wine per year. Wines are estate grown and bottled and are regionally and nationally recognized for superb quality. Wines include chardonnay, merlot, riesling, cabernet sauvignon, and more.
Windsor Run Vineyards, Hamptonville (Yadkin County)
In 2011, Chuck and Jamey Johnson purchased the land, winery and tasting room for Windsor Run Cellars, formerly known as Buck Shoals Vineyard. We will continue to make some of the wines Buck Shoals was famous for and will also sell wines from another family-owned vineyard called Ferguson Vineyards. We also have a distillery that was built in 2006 and have 2 stills. We offer tours of the winery and distillery for $5 per person plus tax. Tours are at 2 pm & 4 pm Wednesday - Sunday. Windsor Run Cellars is the only winery & distillery in NC under the same roof.
Wolfe Wines, Snow Camp (Alamance County)
Stop by and sample the finest selection of whole fruit wines, featuring wild blackberry reserve, raspberry, millhouse muscadine, cherry, strawberry, norton grape and more.
Zimmerman Vineyards, Trinity (Randolph County)
Visit Zimmerman Vineyards, located on 140 acres at the foot of beautiful Mt. Shepherd. Featuring a rustic flagstone terrace and unique stone bar, it is nestled between six acres of vineyards with a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside; weekend tours and wine tastings available.
Since its opening in 1985, the Winery has become the hub of Biltmore Wine production. Here, our winemakers work in partnership to produce Biltmore's growing selection of quality wines. Grapes are weighed, de-stemmed, and "crushed" at the crush dock. Wines are fermented in one of 75 tanks and aged in oak barrels or steel tanks, bottled in our bottling room, and sampled by visitors in our tasting room, which was once the Dairy. Each Biltmore guest is invited to visit the Winery for a complimentary tour and tasting during their time on the estate