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ncwinelover's Wine Journal Entries

RagApple Lassie Vineyards (written May 12, 2010)
Wine: 5 stars Winery: 3 stars Ambiance: 3 stars

Favorite Wine: Booneville Blanc

Better than average wines, less than average ambiance. It is just a tin building-not sure what they were going for there. Very nice story though-a tobacco farmer who started a successful winery named after his prize winning heffer.

Hutton Vineyards and Winery (written May 12, 2010)
Wine: 4 stars Winery: 3 stars Ambiance: 3 stars

Favorite Wine: Barbera

This is a very nice winery set in a wonderful little town in the hills of NC. The wines were good, but nothing exceptional. The tasting room itself lacks a lot to be desired-it's just a tin building like Ragapplelassie's. Overall it was a nice experience though, and I enjoyed my tasting, and will probably be back.

Sanders Ridge Vineyard and Winery (written May 12, 2010)
Wine: 5 stars Winery: 5 stars Ambiance: 5 stars

Favorite Wine: Chardonnay/Cab Franc

This is my absolute favorite winery. Everything about my trip there was great. The food at the restaurant was great, and all the veggies came from their own CSA organic farm. All the wines were great, even the sweet ones were OK, which I'm not usually a fan of. They had everything from sweet reds to dry whites. The winery itself is beautiful, with a nice rock fireplace, and a pond with a gazebo in it that you can walk out on. Perhaps the best part was actually getting to talk to the wine maker and the owner which you do not get to do at hardly any other wineries-especially the bigger ones. I highly recommend this winery to any wine lover out there.

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