There are over 100 wineries in our state. At CV&H, we are proud to be the only venue solely showcasing North Carolina wines.
With the state’s wineries producing hundreds of styles of wines, we're sure you will find some favorites whether it be European- style vinifera, native muscadines, French-American hybrids or labrusca grapes.
Allow us to help navigate your experience from the boutique vineyards to the larger wineries. How do we do this?
Our extensive wine menu rotates every few weeks, allowing you to take a tour around the State each time you visit. Plus we invite you to play on the only self-serve wine station 100% dedicated to NC wines.
Our CV&H Signature Line
Welcome to our signature line of products. To start out the line, we are introducing our first three custom-made wines. Stay tuned for our line expansion…
Unique Wine Station
We're the first to bring the newest technology in self-serve wine stations to the Triad, allowing us to gather important intel about the North Carolina wine industry that no other venue can do. It’s one of our ways of contributing and sharing with our friends in the industry.
Blend of Mediterranean varietals
Our “new take” on old world varietals
Rich, dark fruit aromas
Velvety tannins & fullness on palate
Subtle oak flavors
Our tribute to the 100 counties in our great state of NC
Abundant tropical fruit, peach & honeysuckle
Balanced and refreshing sweetness
Hint of effervescence
Blend of Traminette, Moscato, & Petit Manseng
CV&H Pinot Grigio
Crisp & Refreshing
Notes of freshly-picked apples and pears
Hints of almond
Cool Wine Facts
1. In 2012, Carolina's Vineyards & Hops becomes the FIRST TO DEDICATE 100% of its menu to NC wines.
2. North Carolina is home to more than 110 wineries. The number of wineries has doubled since 2005 and grown more than five-fold in the last decade. North Carolina ranks 10th for wine and grape production in the United States.
3. Scuppernong is the official state fruit of North Carolina and was the first wine grape cultivated in the United States. The Mothervine, in Manteo on Roanoke Island, is a 400-year-old Scuppernong vine and the oldest known cultivated grapevine in the nation.
4. In 1835, North Carolina’s first commercial winery was founded.
5. 1900 – North Carolina wines took home awards at the Paris Exposition
6. North Carolina was the #1 producer of wines before prohibition.
7. Over 10 years ago, Yadkin Valley was designated the state’s first AVA (American Viticultural Area).
Made from a classic recipe using Nouveau Rouge, we use 100% fresh citrus fruit and melons, with no added syrup. It's pure perfection for any time of the day -- as flavorful as it is colorful.
Wine-Infused Truffles made fresh at CV&H
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