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Bannerman Vineyard

Bannerman Vineyard Growing grapes for wine is one of our oldest horticultural practices and, at Bannerman Vineyard, you can see six different varieties of native North Carolina muscadine grapes in the field. This picturesque site is perfect for photographers and artists, as well as wine lovers. You can also pick-your-own grapes beginning the first of September until mid-October. Make it a date to be there for "Grape Day" in mid-September, a celebration with wine making demonstrations, food, entertainment, and grape picking. Hours: Wed-Sat 12-4, Sunday 1-4 or by appt.

Take I-40 Exit #398. Turn West on NC Hwy 53. Go 1 mile and turn left on Stag Park Rd and go 2.5 miles.

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2624 Stag Park Road, Burgaw, NC, US, 28425 Email:
Phone: 910-233-0103 Web:
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  Red Oak Semi-Sweet
A slightly dry red wine, this wine is perfect for those who are more accustomed to a more traditional wine. Best served at room temperature.
  Red Oak Sweet
A deliciously rich, sweet wine which captures the flavor, fullness and robust qualities of the dark Muscadine. Best served at room temperature.
  Sweet Bay Blush
A harmonious blend of white and red Muscadines, the Sweet Bay Blush captures the best qualities of both. The fruity, smooth characteristics of the white are represented, complimenting the bold, robust flavor of the dark Muscadine grape. Best served at your preference.
  White Oak Semi-Sweet
A white wine also made from the Carlos grape only a little less sweet. The Semi-Sweet White is an excellent choice for those who have less experience with the traditional Muscadine flavor, but still enjoy a slightly sweet, fruity flavor in a wine. Best serve chilled.
  White Oak Sweet
A sweet fruity white wine made from the Carlos grape with a very smooth finish and a strong grape aroma and taste. A must for those for those with the love of the old fashioned flavor of the Muscadine grape. Best served chilled.


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