♦ Dry Muscadine
Medium dry, made entirely from the native Noble Muscadine grape.
♦ Sweet Muscadine
Sweet, made from an old Southern recipe using Noble Muscadine grapes.
♦ Dry Scuppernong
Dry, fragrant white wine produced from Carlos grapes.
♦ Dry Chablis
A dry yet fruity white wine with a crisp finish made from Labrusca grapes.
♦ Soft Scuppernong
Medium sweet, white wine made from the Magnolia grape.
♦ Sweet Scuppernong
Sweet, white wine made from 100% Scuppernong grapes.
♦ Dry Scuppernong Blush
Medium dry, blended from Scuppernong and Muscadine grapes.
♦ Sweet Scuppernong Blush
Medium sweet blush made from a special blend of Scuppernong and Muscadine.
Native Vines Winery
Native Vines is the 1st American Indian Owned and Operated Winery in the United States … It was started in 1998 by Darlene Gabbard, a member of The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina and her husband, Nick. The Winery is located in Lexington, North Carolina.
♦ Pinot Grigio
Crisp clean white wine with flavors of melon and pear and soft straw color. Pair with seafood, light pasta dishes or cheese and crackers.
♦ Pinot Noir
full bodied lightly oaked red. Fruit forward with jammy plum flavors and a light liqourice notes in the aroma and finish. Pairs nicely with meats but fruity enough to pair with lighter fare.
♦ Red Zinfandel
Full-bodied with deep ruby color and spicy, peppery flavors and a fruity finish. Serve with meats, stews and wild game, especially grilled foods.
♦ Warhorse Red
Semi-sweet, blend of our aged oaked reds. Full-bodied with strong cherry flavors, hints of clove and vanilla. Pair with appetizers, hard cheese or alone. Serve room temp or slightly chilled. Won 2 Bronze and Silver in 2011. 14% alcohol 2% residual sugars.
♦ White Buffalo
Semi-Sweet Chenin Blanc, light bodied white, with soft notes of peach & honey. Serve chilled with light fare, Blue Cheese. 2 Bronze, 1 Silver 2011. 13% alcohol – 3-4% residual sugars.
♦ Green Tea
Semi-Sweet, non-grape fermented tea created by Native Vines. Made using 100% Organic Tea, very light and slightly sweetened . Created to pair with Lexington BBQ but works with anything Ice Tea is served with. Silver Medal winner 2011/2 Bronze 2012 Native Vines holds copyright and patent.
♦ Rasberry Tea
Semi-sweet made with 100% Organic white tea and fresh Raspberry’s. Big berry flavors with a slight finish of tea. Very good with Cheese cake. 2012 Silver Medal – 1st Competition.
♦ Sweet Apple
A refreshing and light sweet wine made with farm fresh green apples. Pairs beautifully with Roast Pork, Serve chilled. Bronze Medal 2011. 13% alc. 6% residual sugar.
♦ Sweet Blackberry
Perfectly sweetened wild berry wine that burst onto the palette with full berry flavors. Best served chilled. Sinfully delicious. Wonderful dessert wine. Gold &Bronze Medals 2011/Bronze 2012. 13% alc. 6% residual sugars.
Sweet Full-bodied Red made with the Merlot grape, very rich berry flavors makes a wonderful Wine Ice Cream, serve chilled. Bronze Medal 2011. 14%alc. 8% residual sugar.
Flint Hill Vineyards
Flint Hill Vineyards is located on land that has been in the family for over one hundred years, earning the Century Family Farm designation from the United States Department of Agriculture. Having both grown up on farms, although not vineyards, Tim and I realize all the hard work that is involved. But we also realized the valuable lessons we learned by growing up as a family on a farm. After having our first child, we decided that we would love for our children to experience the same family living as we did and so we planted a vineyard.
♦ 2011 Chardonnay
The 2011 Chardonnay was processed using all stainless. This allowed us to bottle another light, fruity wine with a lot of chardonnay character and a clean, crisp finish. This wine goes well with chicken and fish dishes.
♦ 2009 Chambourcin
Chambourcin is a French/American hybrid that produces a beautiful deep red, medium-bodied wine with a wonderful finish. Our 2009 was processed using French Oak Barrels. Great with anything from steak to cookies.
***2011 Double Gold-NC State Fair; ***Silver Medal- 2012 Mid-Atlantic Wine Competition
♦ 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon
Our Cabernet Sauvignon characteristics lend to dark cherry and black currant. Aged 12 months in French oak barrels. This wine could be shared with a variety of your favorite red meats or other hearty pasta dishes.
***Bronze Medal-2010 State Fair Wine Competition; ***Bronze Medal- 2012 State Fair Wine Competition; ***Bronze Medal-2012 American wine Society Competition
♦ 2011 Olde Yattken
A wonderfully crisp and light semi-sweet wine. Great when paired with spicy Thai food. Made from our Estate grown Chardonnay grapes, this wine is very clean and has a light fruitiness, similar to a Reisling. A very refreshing wine served cold to end the evening.
***2012 Bronze Medal- Mid-Atlantic Wine Competition
♦ 2011 Crushed Velvet
Back by popular demand, our Crushed Velvet is made from our Chambourcin grape. This wine has a beautiful rich velvet color yet is pleasantly sweet. A great patio or sangria wine and excellent when served with your favorite chocolate dessert and even complements spaghetti.
***Silver Medal- 2012- Mid-Atlantic Wine Competition
♦ Air Bellows White- Johannisberg Riesling
♦ Feather Bed White- Pinot Grigio
♦ Pull Tail White- GewÜrztraminer
♦ Nile Red- Cabernet-Shiraz-Merlot
♦ Bourgeron- Cabernet Sauvignon
♦ Feather Bed Red- Pinot Noir
♦ Mahogany Rock White- Tangerine Lemon
♦ Chickadee Red- Orange Sangria
♦ Peden White- Peach Chardonnay
♦ Chickadee White- Mango Strawberry Moscato