Linville Falls Winery in the Mountains of NC

After our somewhat strenuous hike down to the lower falls of Linville Gorge Erica and I decided to reward ourselves with a visit to a local Winery, Linville Falls Winery All the way up the Gorge Trail on this somewhat warm fall day we kept encouraging ourselves with the promise of wine and relaxation.  And it was just as we imagined...wonderful:-)
Here is a description from their website..
"Family owned and operated, Linville Falls Winery is the culmination of a life-long passion for wine by owner, Jack Wiseman. Wiseman has dreamed of growing grapes and opening a winery for more than 25 years, and now he and his family are pioneering a new High Country wine in Linville, North Carolina. Nestled in the lower end of Avery County near the Blue Ridge Parkway is a state of the art tasting room on a 40 acre farm with its staple grapes Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon, blueberries and raspberries. The winery is perfectly situated at 3200 feet with warm days, cool nights and minerally balanced soil. This magical combination of high elevation and microclimate terra produces a wine unique to the region with complex flavors creating award winning wines."


Christmas trees and grapes what a wonderful combination...
More from their website...
"With over a million Christmas trees in production, Jack Wiseman has been at the forefront of the world-famous Fraser Fir Christmas Tree industry. Jack's passionate desire to grow, cultivate and harvest trees has led him to do the same with his vineyard."




Tasting room.  Look there is Erica.

Nice Patio and View





Yes, we found another great winery.  If you are in the Linville Falls area and you like wine I suggest you stop in and enjoy the wines of Linville Falls Winery.  You will be glad you did.
Happy Travels and Wine Tastings!
KathieyV:-)

Comments

  1. I don't drink alcohol...this looks like a lovely place and I really like your photos. Thank you so much for sharing, and Happy New Year and warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. :)

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    1. I have always wanted to visit Montreal...I hear it is lovely. I glad you like my photos:-)

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  2. That place looks amazing! I love winerys! probably because i love me some wine lol

    Erica Valentin
    www.EricaValentin.com

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  3. Such a gorgeous winery! I love Rieslings. They are so sweet and perfect for summer!
    xo Jessica
    www.whatsfordinneresq.com

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    1. Yes I would like to go back this summer. Rieslings are among my favorites too!

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  4. Looks like a relaxing spot for a glass (or two!). I'd also love to try some of those fresh berries you mentioned!

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