Wine Tasting in Henderson


Winery and Distillery Tour with Cheese Plate and Take-Home Wine for 2 or 4 at Gregory Vineyards (Up to 56% Off)

Gregory Vineyards

McGee's Crossroad

Outings illuminate winemaking with tours and tastings of wines produced from 12 acres of muscadine grapes

$40.50 $18

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Wine Tasting and Tour with Bottle of Wine for Two or Four at Fair Game Beverage Company Co. (Up to 54% Off)

Fair Game Beverage Company Co.

Fair Game Winery

Guests tour the winery and distillery, sampling drinks made from local ingredients; each visit includes glasses and a select bottle of wine

$52 $25

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Admission Package for One, Two, or Four to Sip Into Summer on June 6 at Hinnant Family Vineyards (Up to 49% Off)

Hinnant Family Vineyards

Hinnant Family Vineyards

A celebration of wine includes live music, works by local artist, and wine and food

$29.49 $15

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Wine-Tasting Package for Two or Four at A Secret Garden Winery (Up to 60% Off)

A Secret Garden Winery

A Secret Garden Winery

Package includes tour and tasting, take-home bottles of wine and glasses, and cheese, crackers, and chocolates

$47 $19

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1st Saturday Vineyard Tour, Lunch, and Growlers for Two or Four at Lazy Days Winery (40% Off)

Lazy Days Winery

Lazy Days Winery

Winery set against Blue Ridge Mountains crafts Virginia-grown varietals from grapes grown on-site

$50 $30

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Wine-Tasting Packages for Two or Four at Adams Vineyards (Up to 58% Off)

Adam's Vineyard

Willow Spring

Taste a variety of wines while nibbling on homemade chocolates and cheese; take home wine glasses and a jar of Homemade Jam or Jelly

$43 $18

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Select Local Merchants

  • Carafe Wine Makers
    Carafe's micro-wineries brew and bottle their own grape blood on-site, harvested from the fruit of the world's many vine varieties. Tapping into the thrills of kiddie chemistry experiments, the wine-masters at Carafe custom-mix each bottle of inebriation-fuel at their creation station, imbuing brews with the extra love and care that enables them to mature into responsible citizens of stomachs everywhere. Not to be outshone by the contents, bottle labels are similarly customized, bearing personalized messages from bottler to bottlee. Label designs from the Raleigh wine-wranglers are printed on water-resistant gloss paper, ensuring that your birthday, anniversary, or Tuesday wishes are clearly conveyed. The stock does vary according to availability, so before promising the gift of pinot, make sure you call or stop in to check on your favorite varieties.
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    10940 Raven Ridge Rd
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Adams Vineyards
    The Adams family has farmed the land of Adams Vineyards for eight generations. Years ago, though, they replaced the leafy tobacco plants they'd grown for decades with fruit trees and twining muscadine grapevines. Quincy Adams uses blueberries, peaches, apples, pears, and blackberries to make wine. Visitors can pair sips of those varietals with hors d'oeuvres such as Boar's Head cheese or chocolates handcrafted by Quincy's mother, Joyce. At the end of each summer, the family hosts a Grape Stomp Festival, where guests of all ages can participate in the timeless juicing method.
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    3390 John Adams Rd
    Willow Spring, NC US
  • Hinnant Family Vineyards
    In 40 years, Hinnant Family Vineyards has had time to grow over 100 acres of muscadine grapes that have been turned into succulent wines, some as old as the vineyard itself. While the wines are the specialty, the team also opens its gate to visitors seeking to learn about winemaking, picnic on the wraparound porch, celebrate their weddings, or attend a summer music festival.
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    826 Pine Level-Micro Rd
    Selma, NC US
  • Six Plates Wine Bar
    Six Plates Wine Bar minimizes customers’ food indecision with a concise menu that pairs six upscale small plates with six wines by the glass. Despite the menu's diminutive size, there's no lack of variety—the foodies in the kitchen constantly swap out dishes to make use of as many local ingredients as possible, while a clipboard bears a list of more than 150 wines, and 30 beers, sold by the bottle. Mentioned in the New York Times for its use of local food, Six Plates Wine Bar puts an upscale take on comfort foods with its plates, which are about half the size of a traditional entree. Six Plates Wine Bar's resident wine lover, Matthew Beason, curates a wine list that hails from around the globe—from behind the bar, he'll recount the tale of his first wine love, a 1995 JL Chave Hermitage Blanc that broke his heart when it eloped with a bottle of Boone’s Farm. Each glass romances tongues beneath crystal-drenched chandeliers in the warmly lit dining room, where eclectically framed vintage photos and mirrors share space on exposed brick and deep-amber walls. Diners can recline on red-upholstered armchairs, at the bar, or at intimate, candlelit tables flanked by backed barstools.
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    2812 Erwin Rd, Ste 104
    Durham, NC US
  • Nana's
    Nana's serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Durham's Rockwood district. Looking for low-fat, gluten-free meal options? Look no further at Nana's. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. At Nana's, easily plan a night out with family, friends, coworkers and more — large parties are always welcome, and a private room is available for use. Eat outdoors Nana's (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating. Business casual dress, tasty food and a classic atmosphere makes this a great place for any occasion. Bring the Nana's' great food to your place. The parking lot near Nana's will have you in and out in a jiffy. Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out. At Nana's, you can pay with any major credit card.
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    2514 University Drive
    Durham, NC US
  • El Rincon Mexican Restaurant
    The chefs at El Rincon Mexican Restaurant create Mexican specialties such as enchiladas with mole poblano sauce, pork chops slathered with a green hot sauce, and sincronizada—a grilled tortilla sandwich stuffed with chicken or beef and cheese and served with sliced jalapeños and avocado slices. Guests pair these eats with libations from the full bar, including imported Mexican beer such as Bohemia and Tecate bottles and Negra Modelo drafts. After concluding meals with fried ice cream, patrons can head over to the eatery’s game room for some foosball and pool.
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    3808 Guess Rd,Ste I
    Durham, NC US
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