15 North Carolina Wines To Try


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1. Cabernet Sauvignon; Biltmore

1 Lodge St, Asheville, North Carolina 28804
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Biltmore’s Cabernet Sauvignon blends rich vanilla and tart cherry for a smooth red wine.

2. Raspberry Champagne; Duplin Winery

505 N. Sycamore Street, Rose Hill, NC 28458
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Raspberry Champagne from Duplin Winery is refreshingly crisp and bubbly. It’s perfect on a hot day.


3. “They Say Chardonnay”; Treehouse Vineyards

301 Bay St, Monroe, North Carolina
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“They Say Chardonnay” is a fruity and lightly oaky wine that is crisp and dry.

4. Carolina Wildflower; Hinnant Family Vineyards

826 Pine Level-Micro Road, Pine Level, NC 27568
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Carolina Wildflower is a wine that is sweetened with wildflower honey. It has notes of jasmine and honeysuckle.

5. Chardonnay; Cypress Bend Vineyards

21904 Riverton Rd, Wagram, North Carolina
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Cypress Bend Chardonnay pairs flavors of vanilla and fig to balance its crisp character.

6. Touriga; Silver Coast Winery

6680 Barbeque Rd NW, Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
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Touriga is a rich and earthy red with flavors of cherry, vanilla, leather, plum and spice.

7. Peach Wine; Dennis Vineyards

24043 Endy Rd, Albemarle, North Carolina
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Dennis Vineyards has several lovely fruit wines. The Peach Wine is semi-dry with subtle sweetness.

8. Chestnut Gap Cottage Blackberry; Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards

588 Chestnut Gap Rd, Hendersonville, North Carolina
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Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards has a rich and flavorful blackberry wine that’s perfect for any occasion.

9. Chilly Bear; Noni Bacca Winery

420 Eastwood Road, #108, Wilmington, North Carolina
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Chilly Bear is an ice wine Riesling with notes of apricot, apple and pear.


10. After Dark; Lake Road Winery

1120 Lake Rd, Newport, North Carolina
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After Dark is a rich, creamy wine with vanilla and chocolate flavors.

11. Riesling; Rocky River Vineyards

11685 Reed Mine Rd, Midland, North Carolina
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Rocky River Vineyards Riesling is rich and crisp with white peach flavors.

12. Cabernet Sauvignon; Chatham Hill Winery

8245 Chapel Hill Rd, Cary, North Carolina
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Chatham Hill Winery’s Cabernet is rich and flavorful with black currant, black cherry, plum and a slight oaky quality.

13. Legacy Red; Huffman Vineyards

221 Haw Branch Rd, Richlands, North Carolina
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Legacy Red is a Cabernet and Merlot blend with plum and cherry flavors.

14. Cork & Pork; Rock of Ages Winery

1890 Charlie Long Rd, Hurdle Mills, North Carolina
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Cork & Pork wine was designed with BBQ in mind. It’s a dry, red blend with a touch of sweetness.

15. Special Delivery; Junius Lindsay Vineyard

385 Dr Zimmerman Rd, Lexington, North Carolina
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Special Delivery is a unique Rosé with elements of strawberry, rhubarb, lime and rose.

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