Where We’ve Wined Local Lately! December 2020

I started thinking that we haven’t shared much lately regarding our local winery escapades. So just where have we wined local lately?

We recently stopped by to visit with our friends at Wellborn Winery in Travelers Rest, South Carolina.

Winery Escapades @ Wellborn Winery

Tony and Debbie opened Wellborn Winery in the Woods back in 2018 and have been well received by the local community. The small estate vineyard is planted with French-American Hybrid varietals and they supplement with fruit from several local growers. The winery features ample outdoor seating.

Our visit came after a pit stop at one of our favorite award winning distilleries Six and Twenty in Piedmont, South Carolina.

We made an weekend winery escapades with our partners in wine up to Childress Vineyards in Lexington, North Carolina. Known as the gateway to the Yadkin Valley AVA. Childress is one the larger and most prominent wineries in North Carolina.

Childress Vineyards proprietor is NASCAR legend Richard Childress, and the well respected Mark Frizolowski serves as winemaker. The winery is expansive with a large gift shop and a celebrated bistro overlooking the back vineyard. Well worth a day trip or even a weekend getaway.

Along the opposite spectrum yet no less enjoyable was our visit to Sawyer Springs Vineyard in the Crest of the Blue Ridge Henderson County AVA. We met our friends Tom and Nancy at this rural mountain vineyard tasting room. The tasting room is a remodeled hundred plus year old barn.

It’s almost a holiday tradition stopping by Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyard in Fallston, North Carolina for a bottle or two of their holiday cranberry wine Merry Berry. Baker Buffalo is a hundred plus year old dairy farm repurposed as a charming vineyard and winery.

Merry Berry

We were able to get down to my hometown of Greenwood, South Carolina for the grand opening of South Bend Winery.

South Bend Winery

We stopped by Overmountain Vineyard recently and enjoyed sitting on their enclosed patio while enjoying the Incredible views of the vineyard and nearby mountains. This 70 acre farm features distinctively produced French style craft wines. A must try is the bold 2019 Barbera!

2019 Barbera

This is the perfect time of year to sit by a fire table and listen to live music while enjoying award winning wine at Mountain Brook Vineyards. Truthfully though, any season is perfect for a visit to this gorgeous world class family owned winery.

AllIn Red Blend at Mountain Brook Vineyards

Last but without doubt not the least, most Sunday’s you’ll find us at Parker-Binns Vineyard in the Tryon Foothills. Parker-Binns offers live music, great food, gorgeous views of the Blue Ridge mountains, and a laid-back non-pretentious atmosphere rarely found in an award winning winery.

We hope to see you out there enjoying our local craft wineries. We know you’re enjoy the music, food, and friendly environment as much as we do. Be sure to tell us hi and we love to hear from readers of our blogs. Let us frame it for you below!

Framed view at Parker-Binns

It’s so much fun enjoying local vineyards and wineries. Follow our adventures on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and with by subscribing to our blog.

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Lineup of award winning wines @ PBV
Fire Pit @ Mountain Brook Vineyards

Published by WineryEscapades.Com

Promoting Fun at Local Wineries 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. Our ultimate goal is to promote fun at local wineries. We love our weekend escapades, invite us to visit and blog about your winery, antique store, b&b, or other destination. We are brand ambassadors, promoting fun at local wineries and our reach is through social media, industry contacts, this website, and most importantly word of mouth. Thank you for visiting our website and reading our blog. Happy Weekend Wining!

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