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Germanton Vineyard & Winery

Germanton Vineyard & Winery Germanton Gallery is proud to announce that our Sweet Red and Seyval wines won Gold medals in the latest competition! Our Niagara and Autumn Blush won Silver medals!Hours: Tue-Fri, 10 am-6 pm, Sat, 9 am-5 pm.

Stokes County - In Germanton Gallery on corner of Highway 8 and Friendship Road (8 miles north of Winston-Salem).

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3530 Hwy 8-65, Germanton, NC, US, 27019 Email:
Phone: 336-969-2075 Web:
Fax: 336-969-6559
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  Autumn Blush
A delightfully pleasant medium dry wine blended from hand-picked select grapes, harvested at the peak of their maturity. This wine may be served as a cocktail and will complement many seafood or chicken menus. Serve chilled. 2004 Dixie Classic Fair - Silver Medal Winner.
An outstanding red dinner wine fermented and aged to complete dryness. The rich, red color with a slight aroma of oak makes this well-balanced wine a delightful companion with beef. Serve at room temperature.
Dry, crisp Chardonnay grapes hand harvested for optimum balance, lightly pressed, cold fermented.
Intense color, earthy aromas with a light oak finish.
A fruity, sweet white wine that tastes and smells like a walk through the vineyard at harvest time. To be enjoyed before or after dinner. Serve chilled. 2004 Dixie Classic Fair - Silver Medal Winner.
  Seyval Blanc
An excellent dry, white table wine made entirely from the SeyvalBlanc grape. This varietal wine has an excellent aroma and a clean, smooth taste to be enjoyed for all occasions. Serve chilled. 2004 Dixie Classic Fair - Gold Medal Winner.
  Sweet Red Wine
A smooth, sweet country red wine made completely from the juice of the grape. This wine, as with all of our wines, has no water added. This is why you always taste quality at Germanton. This wine is best enjoyed before or after dinner. Serve slightly chilled. 2004 Dixie Classic Fair - Gold Medal Winner.
A red dinner wine fermented to complete dryness.


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