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Heritage Travels: Experience this Black-Owned Family Vineyard in North Carolina

Heritage Travels: Experience this Black-Owned Family Vineyard in North Carolina

Interested in tasting delicious wine, juices, and cide while supporting black owned business? If so, then Seven Springs Farm &  Vineyard is the place for you Southern Belle. This deep country gem in Norlina, North Carolina – near the town of Ridgeway – is home to appealing wine and healthy livestock and producing crops. Since 1990, the Williams family has maintained the property of Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard and has created a place for many to come and enjoy. Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard is known for their seven naturally created springs and their most current investment, their wine Vineyard. 

Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard family and crew

Added onto Seven Springs in November, 2017, the Vineyard has become a hit with locals and travelers from afar. From Monday to Thursday, 1 pm to 5 pm, any Southern Belle and her significant other or family can enjoy the tasting of sweet or dry wine. However, if the weekday is too busy for a Southern Belle and her family to visit the Vineyard, they are also open on the weekends. Whether it’s 12 pm to 7 pm on Fridays and Saturdays or 2 pm to 6 pm on Sundays, Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard is able to accommodate your travel abilities and wine needs. Seven Springs encourages everyone to come out and enjoy the livestock, vineyard, scenery and breeze that blows so gently in the fall. The vineyard at Seven Springs helps separate them from other local North Carolina Farm or Vineyards and is a destination that is suggested by many.

The Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard

A group of ladies enjoying a day at the Vineyard.

Popular Events at Seven Springs Farms and Vineyard

Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard, has created many events where guests can stay safe during COVID-19 and also enjoy the company of others around them. Below are a few events that are differentiating Seven Springs from other Vineyards in the area. 

Sip & Paint

The sip and paint at the Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard is unlike no other. Being placed in the middle of greenery and relaxing scenery encourages the best of people’s art work to emerge. Seven Springs provides materials for their guests to paint their favorite image with guidance from the host, while tasting and partaking in an exquisite wine tasting. With a free souvenir keepsake, this event is a hit every time it comes arounds. 

Laugh and Paint

An upcoming event that is expected to be an event for all HBCU graduates is the Laugh and Paint. Featuring Wild-N-Out cast member Darren “Big Baby” Brand, who is a graduate of North Carolina A&T, the Vineyard is anticipating laughs and fulfillment this event will provide. Also with a guided painting session with Philip Osoborne, graduate of Winston Salem State University, the event will be one not to miss on October 24th at 2pm. 

Wine, Dine and Dance

Oftentimes held on specific saturday mornings, the Seven Springs Farm & Vineyard is a place where individuals can work out and reward themselves with a nice glass of wine. Whether it’s participating in a Zumba style dance class or glute blast workout, Seven Springs Farms & Vineyard ensures that each of their guests are active by providing their facility to help individuals improve their lifestyle. 

Puff & Sip 

Puff and Sip is a new event that the Vineyard offers to their Southern Belle and their Southern Beau. Starting at 1 pm to 8:30 pm on October 17th, North Carolinians or travelers can listen to live jazz, munch on heavenly food, while enjoying a relaxing Rocky Patel cigar.  Check out their website https://sevenspringsvineyards.com/ for details on ticket purchase and souvenirs included in this event. 

Seven Springs Farm and Vineyard is a true Black Owned Business. They are aware of the interstates in the Black community and have created a way for many like ourselves to come together and enjoy the outdoors and their simplistic, yet praiseworthy wine, juices, or cider. 

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