Native Vines Winery
The first American Indian-owned and -operated winery in the United States, Native Vines was founded by Darlene Gabbard, a North Carolina native and member of the Lumbee Tribe. Its tasting room is in the old tack room of a 5,000-square-foot stable.What people are saying about Native Vines Winery:
"My first time visiting Nativevines was a wonderful time. The wine was delicious . I really liked the Red Hawk. I’ve never been to a winery where the owner sat down with you and chatted like we were old friends. Loved it and will be going back again."
"This place is awesome! A group of us were attending vineyards and Native Vines was the best, hands down. The owners are lovely people and were so helpful. Highly recommended if you love sweet or semi-sweet wines. We will definitely be back!"
"Native Vines was our last stop and our FAVORITE! They had very creative wines that I had never tried like a Green Tea, so delicious. The owners were so friendly. We all felt right at home hanging out there and I will be back in the very near future."
"The hostess was incredibly friendly and made the tasting fun. The tasting room is definitely the most rustic one I've been to, but don't let the building put you off. There's some incredibly creative winemaking going on with stuff like the green tea wine."
"We really enjoyed ourselves at Native Vines. The place is out in the country with a private gravel drive. The tasting room was an older block building, but no big deal, we came for the wine! I tend towards the sweet wines and I wasn't disappointed."
"The winery is the first native american winery, so that makes it cool to start with. The tasing is not fancy but more primitive. Most of their wines are sweet. If you are in the Lexington area you may want to stop in and enjoy a tasting."
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Native Vines Winery
1336 N North Carolina Hwy 150
Lexington, NC 27295
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