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Grove Winery

Grove Winery Grove Winery handcrafts premium wines, grown in North Carolina and Virginia. The 3200 square foot winery has a capacity of over 4000 cases. Our first year productions was about 600 cases. We craft these exceptional wines from award-winning area vineyards.

From Greensboro take Route 29 N to Brown Summit exit. Go east 7.6 mi (through Monticello, stay straight on Osceola-Ossipee Rd where Hwy 150 turns). Take a left on Brooks Bridge Rd, winery is on right.

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7360 Brooks Bridge Road, Osceola, NC, US, 27249 Email:
Phone: 336-584-4060 Web:
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  100% Pinot Grigio, 50% aged in stainless, 50% in oak. Named after the first member of our Connoisseu
Estate grown. This medium bodied, lightly oaked red wine is classic blend of Cabernet Sauvigon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo with a little Sangiovese thrown in. Excellent with steak, lamb, pork or chocolate.
  Grove Cabernet Sauviginon
2005 was a near perfect growing year. These are our oldest vines, planted in 1993 from our Vista Ridge Vineyard near Altavista, Virginia. Perfect accompaniment for red meats or chocolate.
  Grove Dawns Early White
100% Pinot Grigio, 50% aged in stainless, 50% in oak. Named after the first member of our Connoisseurs Club. Goes excellent with seafood.
  Grove Eno River White
Our ERW comes from Jim Ward's award winning Eno River Vineyards in northern Durham County. This special field blend is made of 12 white grapes including: Vidal blanc, Traminette, Golden Muscat, Villard Blanc, Taminga, Blanc du Bois, Melody, Symphony, Chardonnay, Petit Manseng and Rkatsiteli. Harvested on August 26 & 27th. Aged in stainless.
  Grove Estate Nebbiolo
This if the famous Italian grape of Barolo which thrives in the warmth of our Guilford County estate vineyard, resulting in a big, robust red wine.
  Grove Estate Sangiovese
This if the famous Italian grape of Chianti which thrives in the warmth of our Guilford estate vineyard.
  Grove Estate Traminette
Estate grown. German-style grape with Gewürztraminer parentage generates a spicy, crisp wine that's perfect for Asian fare, sausages, duck and other rich food. This was the last white grape we picked in the excellent 2005 season. The wine is off-dry with 0.7% residual sugar.
  Grove Haw River White
Grove Winery and Vineyards is located only a few hundred yards from the Haw River. This fruit forward wine made from Chardonnay is finished with a touch of sweetness (0.5% residual sugar). Aged in stainless, this refreshing wine is good with many food pairings including poultry and fish.
  Grove Merlot
Nice looking fruit. Long hang time and barrel aging in new French and Hungarian oak make this a bold, earthy, big red.
  Grove Niagara
Gorgeous fruit from the award winning B&S vineyards in Mayodan, NC. Aged in stainless. This light, semi-sweet, fragrant desert-style wine is perfect for the front porch or with cheese and salad courses. The 2004 Niagara wine won a medal at the Wines of the South competition.
  Grove Red Clay Red
This vibrant wine features the spicy, earthy notes that are a signature of the Carmenere grape from the Bordeaux region of France. Rich color. Pork is a perfect food pairing. This wine took a silver medal at the NC State Fair.
  Grove Roanoke River Red
From our award winning Vista Ridge Vineyard near Altavista, Virginia comes this field blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet, Merlot with an added touch of Norton. A hint of French Oak gives this wine a nice complexity. Pair with beef, game and of course chocolate. The 2003 Roanoke River Red took second place at the 2004 NC State Fair.
  Grove Strawberry
A long time favorite family recipe, this strawberry wine is unique. Finished like a French Rose. Berry flavors and a refreshing tartness make this the perfect front porch wine. This crispness lets it pair nicely with rich, creamy dishes.
  Grove Virginia Norton
Norton is a native-American grape that produces a robust red wine with big fruit flavors that ages well. Pair with red-meat and game. Before Prohibition, Norton wines were deemed the "best red wine of all nations" at a worldwide competition in Vienna. This rare, mysterious grape is making a comeback at better wineries in the Southeast. The Grove 2005 Norton is a suburb expression and a must for the serious wine collector.
  Grove Virginia Stainless Chardonnay
Michael Kelley's Cedar Springs Vineyard provided this excellent fruit from Clone 96 grape vines planted in 1997. 2005 was the vintage of the decade in the Piedmont of Southern Virginia and North Carolina. Lack of rainfall kept the sugars from going too high while allowing for a long hang time producing intense flavors.


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rhodies says...
Norton Wine Review: We tried a Norton wine from Grove Winery & Vineyard which sports twenty-three different wine offerings from $9-to-$40. Luckily, their Norton wine was on the lower end of the numbers at $18. Again, this review is for their Norton wine only and does not make judgment of the wealth of other grapes/wines offered. Well, here goes, – I’ve never tasted anything so thin which tries to mimic flavored hard water. Grove could consider shifting their Norton grape efforts in another direction; as, Norton jams & preserves. It is truly amazing the efforts North Carolina is making with their wine industry (replacing tobacco), but in spite of heavy promotional advertising, we have been dreadfully disappointed with all their vineyard grown grape wines encountered so far.