North Carolina, home of the first cultivated grape in the United States, is joining Virginia in cultivating a regional niche in winemaking.
By Charles Gerena
North Carolina's 23 Wineries
|A||Bennett Vineyards||M||Rag Apple Lassie Vineyards|
|B||Biltmore Estate Winery||N||RayLen Vineyards|
|C||Cerminaro Vineyard||O||Ritler Ridge Vineyards|
|D||Chateau Laurinda||P||Rockhouse Vineyards|
|E||Chatham Hill Winery||Q||Shelton Vineyards|
|F||Dennis Vineyards||R||Silk Hope Winery|
|G||Duplin Winery||S||Silver Coast Winery|
|H||Germanton Vineyard & Winery||T||The Tennsy Winery|
|I||Hanover Park Vineyard||U||Waldensian Heritage Wines|
|J||Hinnant Farms||V||Westbend Vineyards|
|K||Martin Vineyards||W||Windy Gap Vineyards|
|L||Moonrise Bay Vineyard|
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