Vineyards & Wineries
My visits and tours of vineyards and wineries where ever I get the chance. The beauty and experience is something else when you get to touch the land where these magnificent wines are being cultivated
Lexington North Carolina
By opening the doors to Childress Vineyards in 2004, NASCAR team owner Richard Childress fulfilled a longtime dream that grew from the days when he first began racing in California and visited wineries with friends. What began as camaraderie and good times soon became an engaging passion for world-class wines and then the vision to build a world-class winery
New Kent, Virginia
New Kent Winery
New Kent Winery at Dombroski Vineyards is a family owned and operated winery located in the heart of the historic Virginia countryside. Nestled in the historic Virginia countryside between Richmond and Williamsburg, New Kent Winery is a beautiful escape from the stress of daily life and is conveniently located just off Route 64. An environmentally sensitive winery in a perfectly beautiful setting, it was modeled to reflect an earlier time.
Oak Creek Wineries
A vineyard in the desert? You bet! Since 2002, Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery has been crafting a broad range of fine wines, helping put northern Arizona’s Verde Valley on the wine map. Our ten-acre, high desert estate vineyard sits at a 3,400-foot elevation and borders Oak Creek, which runs along Page Springs Road, home to our winery. In the vineyard, we grow everything from Chardonnay, Merlot and Zinfandel to Syrah and Tempranillo, as well as making Fume Blanc, Pinot Gris, Grenache Blanc, Cream Sherry, Port and several proprietary blends from both estate and purchased grapes
Dahlonega, North georgia
Montaluce is not just one location. We are a location with many parts, Our vineyard, winery, restaurant and events facility. All combined to evoke a sense of romance, relaxation and community.When you are here, you will feel the beauty of Tuscany, the experience of the Napa Valley and the hospitality of the South. Ultimately we want to do a lot more than serve food and wine.