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  • Stonefield Cellars Winery
    Robert Wurz got an early start on his winemaking career. At age 14, he crafted his first batch of wine in his parents' basement. The California native's skills didn't remain confined to the basement though. Robert went on to earn a PhD in wine chemistry from UC Davis, eventually moving to North Carolina and beginning to experiment with the state's grapes. At Stonefield Cellars Winery, Robert crafts wines using estate-grown grapes and fruit from nearby vineyards. The resulting creations vary in style while still exhibiting classic varietal characteristics. Although the selection changes whenever small-batch productions become available, the tasting room can indulge guests with pours of toasty, barrel-aged chardonnay; bold, structured cabernet sauvignon; or viognier with a touch of rounded sweetness.
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    8220 Highway 68
    Stokesdale, NC US
  • Rio Grande
    Featuring a laid-back vibe and traditional Mexican fare, Rio Grande aims to please its casual-dining guests. Clean eating is difficult when you go out to eat, but Rio Grande is making it possible. Tots are more than welcome to dine with their parents at Rio Grande. Enjoy the luxury of eating a delicious meal outside at Rio Grande. You can also grab your grub to go. Rio Grande will even bring the amazing food from their kitchen to yours. null You won't break the bank at Rio Grande, with a meal typically hovering below the $15 mark. Save the cash for another day and pay by major credit card at Rio Grande. Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Rio Grande since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    2205 Oak Ridge Rd
    Oak Ridge, NC US
  • Triple Tigers Martial Arts
    A fourth-degree black belt in tae kwon do and hapkido, Master Dennis Wood teaches sophisticated combat and self-defense techniques at Triple Tigers Martial Arts. Flattened hands and foil blades slice through the air as Master Wood calls upon his experiences as a pupil in Korea and a dragon rancher in Texas to guide students of all ages and abilities along their chosen paths. The studio’s martial-arts disciplines include tai chi, fencing, and a style of tae kwon do that adheres to the World Taekwondo Federation’s 2,000-year-old methodology of practical self-defense. The weekly class schedule includes up-to-date group class times; students may call ahead to reserve times for private lessons.
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    110 North Main Street
    Kernersville, NC US
  • Clodbuster Farms
    Five generations of the Sells family have tilled the land, including Clodbuster Farms’ current owner, Zane Sells, who hopes to continue that tradition well into the future. The farm hosts a pick-your-own strawberry patch, seasonal produce, and greenhouse tomatoes. The farm’s store stocks everything from its own products to locally made jelly, pickles, and honey, in addition to feed for picky animals that also prefer locally sourced fodder. At the end of the year, the Sells family puts on a fall celebration, inviting guests to take a spin on the hayride, find their way through the corn maze, and tell spooky stories by the campfire. The crisp fall weather and the changing colors of the farm scenery make the perfect backdrop for guests to stock up on pumpkins, play a round of corn hole, and roast marshmallows for s’mores.
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    5500 Leonard Farm Road
    Kernersville, NC US
  • Piedmont Family Fun Fest
    Taste Carolina Wine Festival's ninth annual installment fills swirling goblets with varietal wines and ears with the dulcet tones of talented musicians. Aged grape spirits hail from wineries such as Native Vines and Cellar 4201, filling complimentary commemorative stemware and the cupped hands of feral connoisseurs with samples of their signature blends. As evening descends, musical headliners The Grey Street Band jam and wail through popular Dave Matthews Band covers such as "#41, " and "Warehouse." Bottled wines are also available for purchase, and a pick-up area prevents customers from having to tote their selections around and provides bottles with one last chance to fraternize with their friends.
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    2914 Sandy Ridge Rd.
    Colfax, NC US
  • The Wright Stuff
    Established: 2010 Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Flight Simulation Recommended Age Group: All Ages Pro Tip: Learn the basics of flight?a few dogfight maneuvers wouldn't hurt either. You feel the rush of adrenaline as you soar through the air, your F-16 plane's engines roaring and guns booming as you pump the rudder pedals and dip, turn, and attack in a Top Gun?worthy dogfight. Such is the experience at The Wright Stuff, where visitors strap themselves in to flight simulators and pilot fighter aircraft from WWI, WWII, and later eras. On screens, they shoot down enemies on their own or during multi-player simulations. In addition to the flying experiences, which can also be done with civilian aircraft, the center's staff sets up Call of Duty simulations and organizes birthday parties.
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    121 Pineview Dr.
    Kernersville, NC US
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