Cauble Creek Vineyard
North Carolina's 100th Winery
Cauble Creek Vineyard LLC is an estate vineyard and is in its start-up phase, a new state of the art winery specializing in Muscadine wine products and providing sales of local community goods. Not only offering quality products to our customers but also promoting future economical tourism growth to Rowan County, NC.

We invite you to come by and learn more about us! While here, be sure to complete a wine tasting! We offer a wide range of products and services that are not just limited to our wine!
Our Wines

Three distinct Muscadine grape varietals are processed into Semi and Sweet Wines Our White Wines are made from the Carlos and Doreen Bronze Grapes. Our Red Wines are produced from the Nobles Grapes. Finally, our Blush Wines are produced from all three varietals – Nobles, Carlos, and Doreen Grapes.

Our Events

Cauble Creek Vineyard is the perfect place for hosting your meetings, events, or private parties. Complete the form below about your event. A representative of Cauble Creek Vineyard will be in touch with more information.

Our Merchandise

In addition to our wine, we also offer a wide variety of food products and other merchandise.

Our Services

Make plans now to schedule a future event at the Vineyard!
Family Reunion, Organizational Meeting, Wedding Party, Fishing Party

Educational Tours; Planting and Training Vines
Harvesting Grapes – Sept / Oct

Nutrition in Muscadines

Muscadine grapes are packed with fiber.

Muscadine grapes have a long history in the United States, dating back to the 1500s. Known as America’s first grape, these grapes have a deep reddish-purple color. Over the years, new varieties of muscadine grapes have developed, so you can enjoy them with or without seeds. Muscadines are full of several key nutrients and make a delicious snack, salad topper or jam. Freeze muscadine grapes during the hot summer months and pop them in your mouth for a nutrient-rich frozen treat.

Read the full post at http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/nutrients-muscadine-grapes-1461.html.

UF/IFAS study shows promise for antioxidants extracted from grape seeds, skin

Soaking muscadine grape seeds or skins in a solution of enzymes can boost antioxidants extracted from the fruit, creating possible new uses for grape leftovers, which are loaded with nutrients, a University of Florida study shows.

Read the full post at http://news.ufl.edu/2014/06/17/antioxidants-grape-skins.

Winery Hours

Friday – Saturday 11 – 6 PM
Sunday 1 – 6 PM

Visit our Tasting Room and look around our facility!
We offer a variety of tasting options of our wines. You can taste our wine and receive a complimentary wine glass!

September Pick Your Own Grapes: Fall Season

Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday