Wine needs to breathe … so do you

North Carolina has more than 100 wineries spread across almost as many counties.  Click here for a list and PDF Map.

Whether you prefer white or red, Merlot or Muscadine, North Carolina’s wineries and vineyards will have the perfect pairing for your taste buds. Come explore the scenic beauty of our wine country, taste the fruits of our vineyards, and stay for a picnic or perhaps some live music. From the mountains to the coast to the vast Yadkin Valley, NC has a wine experience that will keep you coming back.” (www.visitncwine.com)

Most people still consider California and Napa Valley to be the wine capital of the US, but North Carolina is growing not only in popularity, but preference.  Carolina wines are beginning to show up on more than award lists.  They’re becoming more visible in restaurants from New York to Florida.  The true test of a wine, is the general public and North Carolina seems to be passing.

Azalea Inn is situated in the middle of several award winning wineries, along with many other B&Bs in the Highcountry.

Join us for winery tours and tastings.  Call today for details.

Try one of the many Banner Elk Bed and Breakfast lodges.

Azalea Inn Bed and Breakfast
149 Azalea Circle
Banner Elk, NC 28604
828-898-8195
BannerElkBedAndBreakfast.com

Innkeepers – Greg and Amy Gardner

Also checkout www.BooneCabinRental.com for more Highcountry Rentals.

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