Like hearts, wineglasses are fragile, full of goodness, and frequently broken. Live life to the brim with this Groupon
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for a winery-tour package for two (a $10 value/person) with two souvenir glasses (a $2.50 value each), two glasses of wine (a $10 value) and a complimentary wine tasting (a $35 total value)
- $18 for the winery-tour package for four (a $70 total value)
The winery tour lets guests explore Treehouse Vineyards' inner workings, from the vats of fermenting grape libations to the casks of wine. A knowledgeable guide explains the process from vine to glass while showing visitors the rooms, machinery, and grape-stained toes necessary to craft each varietal. Visitors can also enjoy a full glass of their favored variety, including cabernets, merlots rieslings, or blends of muscadines.
Grape ranchers Phil and Dianne Nordan preside over a rotating flock of wines, which fuel the sounds of clinking glasses in their treehouse nestled high in the arms of a towering oak on their land. A treehouse aficionado from an early age, Phil decided to build a treehouse for adults on his farm in 1999, equipping it with furniture, an indoor fireplace, and phone. Later, after growing vines on the farm’s land for more than 50 years, the duo decided to plant a vineyard in 2004, and thus Treehouse Vineyards was born.
Many of the Nordan’s wines are culled from native grapes, including one strain claiming centuries-old lineage from the Mother Vine in Manteo. Nurtured with organic fertilizer, the vineyard’s crew ultimately fills bottles with concoctions ranging from its Crystal Creek magnolia muscadine to the bolder Tack Shack Red, perfect for toasting a special occasion or christening a spouse’s shoe before they go to work. Other varietals include cabernet sauvignons, merlots, and dulcet riesling. Down the hill overlooking the pond rests Papa’s Dream Treehouse, one of the property’s two secluded treetop bungalows straight from the pages of a child’s imagination. Available for overnight rentals only, the treehouse boasts a grill, kitchenette, and lofted bedroom for an all-encompassing visit.
“Most of the wine is sweet but really good if you like sweet wine. ”
“I found most of the wines too sweet for my taste because of the grapes they grow but I found the visit very enjoyable, and interesting.”
“great place , friendly people”
301 Bay Street
Monroe, NC 28112