Vineyards and Wineries Close to Charlotte

Great wine is only an afternoon visit, day trip, or weekend away



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NORTH CAROLINA WINES have a reputation for being sweet, with warm-weather grapes such as muscadine growing across much the state. Yet in the cooler climates of the mountains and High Country, French grapes thrive, taking advantage of the milder seasons and mineral-rich ground. Whatever your palate craves, here are three itineraries for wine-lovers, all with different wine styles but the same ability to offer a stunning view within a short drive from the city. —Kristen Wile 


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