Muscadine Wine Making Workshop

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Muscadine Wine Making Workshop

from 95.00

With Quincy Adams

Adams Vineyards, Wake County’s first vineyard and winery, was started in 2006. The vineyards and winery are located within 30 minutes of Raleigh. The Adams farm has been in the family since the 1700’s, where tobacco was originally grown. The late John Quincy Adams III, “Johnny” was the founder of Adams Vineyards and was the seventh generation to live and farm on the land. When John Quincy Adams III passed away, his family was forced to take over the farm without much prior knowledge of the winemaking process. The family run business is now owned and operated by Joyce Adams (aka – Ma Joyce), Johnny’s wife and Quincy Adams, their son (now the eighth generation farmer on the farm). This vineyard and winery specializes in Muscadine wines, which is native to this region of North Carolina. With much pride, the family has carried on Mr. Adams tradition by growing and selling award-winning wines. Now Quincy is offering to share his knowledge with visitors of Adams Vineyards. 

Description

Adams Vineyards and Winery specializes in Muscadine wines, which is native to this region of North Carolina. With much pride, the family has carried on the late Mr. Adams tradition of growing and selling award-winning wines. Quincy Adams now offers a Muscadine Wine Making Workshop, where guests will learn the do’s and don’ts of making Muscadine wine. In this four-hour workshop you will be introduced to the basics of winemaking. After the winemaking lesson you will head outside to pick your own grapes (available for purchase if you want to make your wine at home.) Then enjoy a tasting of a few of Adams Vineyards award-winning wines. Availability: September. 

Pricing

$95 for up to 3 people. 
$30 for each additional person up to 12

Additional fee for grapes

Location

3390 John Adams Road

Willow Spring, North Carolina 27592

35.58303,-78.676302

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