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From The Vineyard | Woodmill / Windsor Run

October 30, 2016 |
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Original Air Date: October 30, 2016

From The Vineyard | Shadow SpringsShadow Springs Vineyard
5543 Crater Rd, Hamptonville, NC
(336) 468-5000
shadowspringsvineyard.com

Nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and North Carolina’s only Amish community, Shadow Springs offers visitors a unique combination of fun, beauty, and culture. Whether you are on a mission to visit all seven vineyards along the Swan Creek Wine Trail or just looking for the best picnic spot on a lazy Saturday, Shadow Springs Vineyard makes for the perfect destination.

From the Vineyard | Windsor RunWindsor Run Cellars
6531 Windsor Road
Hamptonville, NC 27020
(336) 463-8400
windsorrun.com

Windsor Run Cellars offers a diverse combination of classic French wines, sweet summer-inspired blends, and our signature fortified wines infused with spirits from our own still, all set in the picturesque foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. A visit to Windsor Run makes for a great day-trip too, as you can easily spend all afternoon exploring the three other vineyards along the Swan Creek Wine Trail. So what are you waiting for, run to the hills and taste!

From The Vineyard | Woodmill WineryWoodMill Winery
1350 Woodmill Winery Land, Vale, NC
704-276-9911
woodmillwinery.com

 

Located in Vale, North Carolina, WoodMill Winery is the perfect place to visit with friends & family. Offering some of the best wine in the world made from Muscadines, Scuppernongs, Blackberries & Blueberries.
Nestled in the shadows of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, WoodMill Vineyard is surrounded by the natural beauty, tranquility, and charm of the rolling foothills of Vale, North Carolina. Each spring, the hills are brought to life as an emerald green canopy of vines reach for the heavens and gather sunlight to flavor the sweet southern grape known as the Muscadine. Recognized for their extraordinary flavors, Muscadines are notorious for producing exceptional jellies, desserts, and the popular but often elusive southern indulgence known as Muscadine Wine.

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