Wine Tasting in West Raleigh


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  • 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
  • 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
  • Cypress Bend Vineyards
    Since 2005, the award-winning Cypress Bend Vineyards has harnessed the rich flavors and antioxidants found in the muscadine grape. The wonder fruit has resulted in the creation of wine varietals including 13 Muscadine, one Cabernet Franc, and one Malbec. Cypress Bend's winemaker leads tours through the vineyards to detail each step of this process, from grape plucking and fermentation to monitoring each grape's 401K as it ages. The flourishing soil also plays home to live events throughout the year, such as Friday-night jazz or beach music concerts.
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    21904 Riverton Rd
    Wagram, NC US
  • Z Pizza Raleigh
    zpizza— voted best pizza in Raleigh by CitySearch and Best Pizza in Cary by WakeCary Magazine —is known for its inventive, California-style pizzas: think zesty Thai-style chicken pizza with peanut sauce and cilantro, or Mexican-style pizza loaded with taco fixings. But even a simple cheese or pepperoni pizza from zpizza is sure to be memorable. That's because the restaurant's cooks use only top-shelf ingredients in their brick-oven-baked pies, from the Montana winter wheat that goes into their hand-thrown crusts to the organic tomato sauce and Wisconsin skim mozzarella layered on top. Diners can customize pizzas with other toppings, including locally sourced meats, fresh produce, and gourmet ingredients such as truffle oil.
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    9630 Falls of Neuse Rd.
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Poppyseed Market
    Hop to the deli counter at Poppyseed Market — visitors will be hard-pressed to find a sandwich they don't love. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. Pick your poison and toast your evening — drinks are also served here. Tots are more than welcome to dine with their parents at Poppyseed Market. Get your whole crew together at Poppyseed Market, offering lots of special space for larger parties. Eat outdoors Poppyseed Market (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating. If you're hitting Poppyseed Market on a weeknight, it's best to make a reservation since the place can really fill up. Casual dining at its best, Poppyseed Market customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Throwing a big party? Count on Poppyseed Market to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. Drivers can access the parking lot next door. Leave your piggy bank at home! With prices under $15, you can eat at Poppyseed Market for next to nothing. Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Poppyseed Market since it offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    8801 Lead Mine Rd
    Raleigh, NC US

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