Hendersonville, North Carolina is set to host the annual Cider, Wine, and Dine celebration during the weekend of April 22nd through the 24th.
The three day celebration invites visitors to the vineyards and orchards to sample the many artisan craft beverages produced in Henderson County. The winery and orchards around Hendersonville offer amazingly spectacular mountain and vineyard views.
More that fifty different events are scheduled including specialty tastings and live music!
Souther Williams Vineyard will celebrate its Grand Opening on April 22nd. SWV will officially become the seventh winery in the Crest of the Blue Ridge Henderson County American Viticulture Area.
Wineries in the area are Burntshirt Vineyards, St. Paul Mountain Vineyard, Stone Ash Vineyards, Marked Tree Vineyard, Point Lookout Vineyards, Sawyer Springs Vineyard, and the new Souther Williams Vineyard.
Cideries include Appalachian Ridge Artisan Hard Cider, Flat Rock Cider, and Bold Rock Hard Cider.
Visit the Cider, Wine, and Dine webpage to learn about all the events and plan your visit.
“Visitors enjoy spending the weekend hopping from one winery and cidery to another,” says Amy Boswell with Visit Hendersonville. “They have favorites, but the weekend also encourages them to check out new locations they haven’t experienced.”