Music this Saturday, August 30th - Clay Lunsford Trio 2 - 5 pm
Music this Sunday, August 31st - Andy Ferrell and Oncoming Train 2 - 5 pm
Labor Day Weekend Celebration is this weekend!!! Details below...
Join us for a full weekend of celebrating!! The Clay Lunsford Trio will be performing on Saturday, August 30th from 2-5 pm. Mama Duke's Wood Fired Pizza will be available, in addition to all 10 of our wines! Enjoy your favorite wine and a delicious pizza on our patio while enjoying the musical talent of the Clay Lunsford Trio.
"Locals Sunday at the Winery" will be back on Sunday, August 31st. Residents of Avery County, and all adjoining counties may present appropriate ID and receive a FREE wine tasting. What is better than that? Well...On Sunday, we will also have Andy Ferrell and Oncoming Train preforming on the patio from 2-5 pm.
Enjoy a weekend of wine and entertainment! Linville Falls Winery will be open regular hours on Labor Day. How great is that?
A Commitment to the Craft ...
Family owned and operated, Linville Falls Winery is the culmination of a life-long passion for wine by owner, Jack Wiseman. Wiseman has dreamed of growing grapes and opening a winery for more than 25 years, and now he and his family are pioneering a new High Country wine in Linville, North Carolina. Nestled in the lower end of Avery County near the Blue Ridge Parkway is a state of the art tasting room on a 40 acre farm with its staple grapes Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon, blueberries and raspberries. The winery is perfectly situated at 3200 feet with warm days, cool nights and minerally balanced soil. This magical combination of high elevation and microclimate terra produces a wine unique to the region with complex flavors creating award winning wines.
With over a million Christmas trees in production, Jack Wiseman has been at the forefront of the world-famous Fraser Fir Christmas Tree industry. Jack's passionate desire to grow, cultivate and harvest trees has led him to do the same with his vineyard.
Photo credit: Web site photographs by Linda Wiseman and Mary Putnam.