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In the Vineyard


A Shared History of Wine

Posted on 09/07/2013 by Sharon Fenchak

A Shared History of Wine The muscadine grape is native to North Carolina, thriving all across the region’s geography and climate, from the mountains to the piedmont to the coast. Scuppernong,...

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Ted’s Favorite Places

Posted on 08/12/2013 by Judy Ross

Ted Katsigianis has experienced a lot during his three decades at Biltmore. As Vice President of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, he directs a staff that works in traditional agriculture...

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Tour & Tasting

Posted on 08/02/2012 by Bill Alexander

Discover How Wine is Made Enjoy a guided visit through the historic Winery in Antler Hill Village. Designed by the architect for Biltmore House, Richard Morris Hunt, the Winery was originally a...

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The Story Behind Biltmore’s Winery

Posted on 07/17/2012 by Sharon Fenchak

You may be surprised to learn that our winery is housed in a converted dairy barn. This is no ordinary dairy barn, however. It was originally designed by Richard Morris Hunt, the architect for...

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Biltmore’s Vineyard

Posted on 03/11/2012 by Bill Alexander

Our vineyard is nestled in a valley near the French Broad River on the west side of the estate. The first vines were planted in 1971. Varieties grown include Chardonnay, Riesling, Viognier,...

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