Show Us Your Grapes #NCWine

Harvest coming in grand for North Carolina wineries!

Show us that beautiful fruit!

Parker-Binns Vineyard and Winery starts this show with Savannah harvesting the Petit Manseng. Her husband Lance, assist Justin with the winemaking.

Petit Manseng

Linville Falls Winery makes a cameo with some beautiful Seyval Blanc!

Seyval Blanc

Locklear Vineyard and Winery mechanically harvested a bountiful yield of Muscadine.

Muscadine

Marked Tree Vineyard flaunted some huge, beautiful clusters of Chardonel!

Chardonel

Surry Community College program NC Viticulture and Enology showed off some gorgeous Traminette!

Traminette

Laurel Gray Vineyards enjoyed a beautiful sky while harvesting their equally beautiful Chardonnay!

Chardonnay

Rogue Vineyards celebrated their first ever harvest by gathering over 500 pounds of Catawba! These beauts are headed to Plēb Urban Winery in Asheville.

Catawba

Lu Mil Vineyard has 70+ acres of Muscadine under vine. This years Scuppernong grapes are really big, beautiful, and juicy!

Scuppernong

We swing back around to Parker-Binns in awe of these beautiful clusters of Cabernet Franc!

Cabernet Franc

JOLO Winery and Vineyards shouted out about the Chambourcin! 📣

Chambourcin

Shadow Springs Vineyards showed off some big juicy Chambourcin fruit!

Chambourcin

Kefi Vineyards and Winery crushed the Aglianico!

Greek varietal Aglianico

Jones von Drehle Vineyards and Winery stole the show with Tempranillo!

Tempranillo

Marked Tree Vineyard rocked the mountain night with a great harvest of Lemberger!

Lemberger

Raffaldini Vineyards and Winery closes out our harvest show with the amazing Sagrantino!

Sagrantino

All this beautiful fruit is brought to you by #NCWine.

From great fruit come great wine, and 2021 looks to be a spectacular North Carolina harvest!

Cheers to all the hard work our local vineyard managers, owners, helpers, and winemakers put in to cultivate, harvest, and ferment this beautiful fruit into award-winning #NCWine! 🍷🍷

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