Downtown - The Summit at The Gateway
1111 South Marshall Street, Suite 184
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Phone: 336.448.1CVH (1284)
Wed - Thurs 4 pm - 10 pm
Fri - Sat 4pm - 12am
Sun 2pm - 7pm
Closed on Mon & Tue
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We are always looking for energetic and knowledgeable team members. If you have strong wine and / or craft beer knowledge, love working with the public, and want to work for a dynamic company, please email us your resume at .
At Carolina’s Vineyards & Hops, we believe in being responsible corporate citizens and engaged neighbors. Our connection to Sustainability goes a lot further than the great artisan products made in North Carolina.
For us, Sustainability extends to the community around us – which is why have been sponsoring and supporting well over 50+ organizations throughout the Triad area since our inception. Just a few key sponsorships to call out: UNC School of Arts, our elite Cycletherapy team, Winston-Salem Symphony, Forsyth County Humane Society, Exchange SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now), Mission Feet First, and Old Salem. Please Support Local!
For more recent updates: Check out our various initiatives and community involvement on facebook and twitter…If you’d like to join our efforts, feel free to email us or contact us through Facebook or Twitter
Nestled on the door step of the busiest intersection in Downtown Winston-Salem, Carolina’s Vineyards & Hops has become a true Destination and represents the rich history and diversity of the community that surrounds it. Our location in the city is a stone’s throw away from Old Salem, founded in 1766, which happens to be one of the original Moravian colonies in the state. The area itself was suitable for settlers because of its abundance of below and above ground springs as a local water source.
The surrounding neighborhoods of Washington Park and West Salem also have a history rich in community partnership where residents of different ethnicities and social classes have lived side by side for almost a century. CV&H itself mirrors the values of the community by participating in countless local partnerships and extending our identity of being strictly local, far beyond the food, beers, and wines served that are exclusive to North Carolina.
Our commitment to numerous arts, cultural, and non-profit organizations in the community signifies CV&H’s loyalty to local sustainability as we continue to impact not just the beverage and agricultural industries in North Carolina.
Carolina’s Vineyard & Hops is proud to be a part of this thriving area’s rich history and to be an anchor and supporter of our surrounding community.