View Cart

TODAY'S SPECIALS

OUR BEST BARGAINS

WHAT'S NEW

MONTHLY CLUBS
  3 & 6 Month
  6 & 12 Month

GRAPE JUICE -- WHITES
  Bacchus
  Catawba
  Cayuga
  Chancellor
  Chardonel
  Chardonnay
  Chenin Blanc
  Delaware
  Diamond
  Edelweiss
  Elvira
  Gewurztraminer
  Malvasia
  Muller-Thurgau
  Muscat/Muscatel
  Muscadine
  Niagara
  Pinot Blanc
  Pinot Gris
  Riesling
  Sauvignon Blanc
  Semillon
  Seyval Blanc
  Thompson Seedless
  Traminette
  Trebbiano
  Viognier

GRAPE JUICE -- REDS
  
Bluebell
  Cabernet Franc
  Cabernet Sauvignon
  Chambourcin
  Concord
  Graciano
  Grenache
  Isabella
  Lambrusco
  Malbec
  Merlot
  Red Swenson
  Muscadine
  Pink Catawba
  Pinot Noir
  Reliance
  Rougeon
  Sangiovese
  Syrah/Shiraz
  Steuben
  Vincent
  Zinfandel

VERJUS
  Red Verjus
  White Verjus

JAMS & PRESERVES

APPLE CIDER
  Alpenglow
  Apple Valley
  Carlson Orchards
  Chateau Normandie
  Colonial Ciders
  Crystal Canyon
  Duche de Longueville
  Kedem
  Keror
  Knudsen
  Lady Blush
  Parenteau
  Patritti
  Riverbend Plantation
  Sheffield
  The Cider Keg
  Waldensian
  Zieglers

PEAR CIDER
  Knudsen

GOURMET BLENDS
  Blackberry
  Blood Orange
  Blueberry
  Cherry
  Cranberry
  Passion Fruit-Peach
  Peach
  Pear
  Raspberry
  Saskatoon Berry
  Strawberry
  Strawberry-Rhubarb
  Wildberry

SHOP BY REGION
  Alabama
  Arkansas
  California
  Florida
  Georgia
  Iowa
  Massachusetts
  Michigan
  Missouri
  New York
  North Carolina
  Ohio
  Oklahoma
  Oregon
  South Carolina
  Tennessee
  Virginia
  West Virginia
  Washington

  Australia
  Canada
  France
  Germany
  Israel
  Italy
  South Africa
  Spain

SHOP BY CATEGORY
  Less Sweet
  Sulphite-free
  Organics
  Biodynamic®
  Kosher
  Halal
  Sparkling
  Still
  Weddings
  Champagne-style Top
  Personal Size

DOWN MEMORY LANE

Home > Shop by Region > North Carolina

Click to enlarge

North Carolina

North Carolina is home to our nation's first cultivated grape. The earliest written account of the "White Grape," as the scuppernong was called, occurs in Giovanni de Verrazzano's logbook. The Florentine navigator, who explored the Cape Fear River Valley for France in 1524, wrote that he saw "...Many vines growing naturally there..." Today the state ranks 10th nationally in grape production. (NCWine.ORG)

North Carolina typically ranks seventh in apple production in the United States with more than 300 commercial apple operations comprised of 10,000 bearing acres of apple orchards. Eight million bushels of apples can be produced in a given year. Sixty percent is utilized in the processing industry, mainly as juice and apple sauce. (North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services)



"Fussy Gourmet" Red Muscadine Juice, Hoke County Vineyard
"Fussy Gourmet" White Muscadine Juice, Hoke County Vineyard
Lucille's Choice Scuppernong, Lu Mil Vineyard
"Fussy Gourmet" Red Muscadine Juice, Hoke County Vineyard

Muscadine grapes love North Carolina. And they really love the intimate nine acres of Hoke County Vineyard where the annual harvest is done by hand. The vineyard includes Carlos, Supreme, Pam and this red Noble variety. Hand picking does not make the juice better, but it does connect your palate to the one who nurtured it to perfection!
fussynoble$10.95
"Fussy Gourmet" White Muscadine Juice, Hoke County Vineyard

In the shadow of North Carolina's Ft. Bragg military complex is a small county named after a decorated general of the Confederacy. In its early days the area was described as a "wilderness" and filled with law-breakers that had not been apprehended. Two-rut trails connected the houses and farms. Today nine acres of peaceful muscadine vines form Hoke County Vineyard. A sip of white Carlos juice on the porch would be a perfect setting for retelling some of those old tales about the boys who got away!
fussycarlos$10.95
Lucille's Choice Scuppernong, Lu Mil Vineyard

Lu Mil Vineyard sits on the family farm site of the late Lucille and Miller Taylor in North Carolina. The vineyard, which has grown to more than 58 acres, was named in their honor. But Lucille had a thing against alcohol; she didn't approve. To honor her commitment to a non-fermented life, the family has produced two non-alcoholic grape juices and named them in her honor. The Scuppernong is created from Carlos muscadine grapes.
lumilwhite$10.95
Lucille's Choice Red Muscadine, Lu Mil Vineyard
Muscadine Grape Juice, Old North State Winery
Miracle Grape Muscadine Juice, North State Winery
Lucille's Choice Red Muscadine, Lu Mil Vineyard

Lucille Miller did not approve of alcohol and did not even own a vineyard. But after her passing, the family established Lu Mil Vineyard on the family farm. With more than 58 acres under cultivation, the family has honored Lucille by naming two of its non-alcoholic juices after her. Lucille's Choice uses Noble muscadine grapes.
lumilred$10.95
Muscadine Grape Juice, Old North State Winery

North Carolina's Old North State Winery started as a cooperative in 2002 and has since evolved into a winery owned by two families with one vision. The vineyards were established on farms that have been in the families for generations. Their muscadine juice is a blend of Carlos and Noble grapes.
oldnorth$10.95
Miracle Grape Muscadine Juice, North State Winery

Old North State Winery's Miracle Grape Muscadine Juice is antioxidant rich. Grown all naturally and bottled from 100% Noble grapes, a nationally certified testing laboratory has found that it surpasses Federal guidelines for microbiological purity. We like it just because it tastes great!
miraclegrape$10.95
100% Red Muscadine Juice, Gregory Vineyards
100% Scuppernong Juice, Gregory Vineyards
White Carlos Muscadine Juice, Hinnant Family VIneyards
100% Red Muscadine Juice, Gregory Vineyards

When you stop by to relax at North Carolina's Gregory Vineyards, you escape to a quiet country setting and enjoy a view of rolling hills, vineyards, and spring fed lakes in a private country setting. Located in McGee's Crossroads, this 120-acre century old working farm is one of four wineries on the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail and boasts seven award-winning wines in addition to its non-alcoholic juices and ciders.

ON ORDER
gregoryred$10.95
100% Scuppernong Juice, Gregory Vineyards

North Carolina is the home of our nation's first cultivated grape. The earliest written account of the "White Grape," as it was called by our colonists, occurs in Giovanni de Verrazzano's logbook. "...Many vines growing naturally there. Grapes of such greatness, yet wild, as France, Spain, nor Italy hath no greater." Of the state's bounteous store, few have been more celebrated than the scuppernong grape. North Carolina's Gregory Vineyards is one stop along the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail. This 120-acre century-old working farm boasts four non-alcoholic juices and ciders plus seven award-winning wines. This white muscadine juice is a blend of Scuppernong and Carlos grapes.

ON ORDER
gregorywhite$10.95
White Carlos Muscadine Juice, Hinnant Family VIneyards

Just 30 minutes east of Raleigh is North Carolina's largest Muscadine producer, Hinnant Family Vineyards. Since the first vines were planted in 1971, a new and rewarding lifestyle has changed the father and son team from dentist and dental lab owner to caretakers of the soil. Their white muscadine juice from Carlos grapes celebrates all the goodness of this Southern grape. The Noble grape is excellent for its quality grape juice. The Hinnant Family Vineyard takes the natural sweetness of this black-skinned beauty to create a taste sensation. One sip will leaving you wanting more! Hinnant Family Vineyard is one of four stops along the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail.
hinnantwhite$10.95
Red Noble Muscadine Juice, Hinnant Family Vineyards
Sparkling Red Grape Juice, Childress Vineyards
Sparkling White Grape Juice, Childress Vineyards
Red Noble Muscadine Juice, Hinnant Family Vineyards

The Noble grape is excellent for its quality grape juice. The Hinnant Family Vineyard takes the natural sweetness of this black-skinned beauty to create a taste sensation. One sip will leaving you wanting more! Hinnant Family Vineyard is one of four stops along the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail.
hinnantred$10.95
Sparkling Red Grape Juice, Childress Vineyards

NASCAR racing fans will recognize the name of Richard Childress, team owner. But that's just the start. His Childress Vineyards in Lexington, North Carolina is home to award-winning products as well as the Richard Childress Racing Museum. Take a taste of the vineyard's Sparkling Red Grape Juice, a delightful combination of Cabernet Franc and Concord grapes!

ON BACK-ORDER
childressred$11.95
Sparkling White Grape Juice, Childress Vineyards

NASCAR racing fans will recognize the name of Richard Childress, team owner. But that's just the start. His Childress Vineyards in Lexington, North Carolina is home to award-winning products as well as the Richard Childress Racing Museum. Take a taste of the vineyard's Sparkling White Grape Juice, a delightful combination of Chardonnay and Niagara grapes!

ON BACK-ORDER
childresswhite$11.95
Catawba Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards
Concord Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards
Sparkling Red Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards
Catawba Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards

The first vines at North Carolina's Biltmore Estate were established in 1971. Today the 94-acre estate vineyard is the most visited winery in the United States. Located in a valley near the French Broad River, its varieties include Chardonnay, Riesling, Viognier, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. But Biltmore also bottles non-alcoholic products. It only seems fitting that this American castle, the nation's largest home, would choose Concord and Catawba native American grapes for its juices. Sip a little history with a goblet of Biltmore's still Catawba grape juice.
biltmorecatawba$9.95
Concord Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards

The first vines at North Carolina's Biltmore Estate were established in 1971. Today the 94-acre estate vineyard is the most visited winery in the United States. Located in a valley near the French Broad River, its varieties include Chardonnay, Riesling, Viognier, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. But Biltmore also bottles non-alcoholic products. It only seems fitting that this American castle, the nation's largest home, would choose Concord and Catawba native American grapes for its juices. Sip a little history with a goblet of Biltmore's still Concord grape juice.
biltmoreconcord$9.95
Sparkling Red Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards

The first vines at North Carolina's Biltmore Estate were established in 1971. Today the 94-acre estate vineyard is the most visited winery in the United States. Located in a valley near the French Broad River, its varieties include Chardonnay, Riesling, Viognier, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. But Biltmore also bottles non-alcoholic products. It only seems fitting that this American castle, the nation's largest home, would choose Concord and Catawba native American grapes for its juices. Sip a little history with a goblet of Biltmore's sparkling Concord grape juice.
biltmoresparklingred$9.95
Sparkling Peach and Grape Juice, Childress Vineyards
North Carolina Sparkling Cider, Waldensian Style
North Carolina Blush Sparkling Cider, Waldensian Style
Sparkling Peach and Grape Juice, Childress Vineyards

The distinctive taste of summer comes alive with Childress Vineyards blend of Peaches and Pinot Gris grapes. Richard Childress of NASCAR fame has proven that land once farmed with tobacco can be transformed into grape growing. And thus North Carolina's agricultural heritage continues. Today Childress Vineyards has moved to world-class status with the largest state-of-the-art winery in the state. Its premium non-alcoholic juices are bottled in champagne-style glass.
childresspeach$11.95
North Carolina Sparkling Cider, Waldensian Style

The Waldensians are immigrants from Northern Italy. In 1893 they settled in the mountains of Western North Carolina. This cider is a traditional favorite blend of both Red Delicious and Winesap apples grown throughout the Appalachian Mountains including the western part of the state. No sugar or preservatives have been added!

Here's a great recipe!
waldensianciderRegular price: $8.95SPECIAL SAVINGS: $6.95
North Carolina Blush Sparkling Cider, Waldensian Style

From the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina comes the “champagne” of gourmet, sparkling, non-alcoholic ciders. This cider is a delicious southern tradition bubbling fresh from America’s oldest grape. Blended from Muscadine and Scuppernong grapes, Red Delicious and Winesap apples grown in the rich soils of the southern states, and a touch of Rougeon grape, this cider has a rich and distinctive color and flavor.
waldensianblush$8.95
North Carolina Scuppernong Sparkling Cider, Waldensian Style
North Carolina Scuppernong Sparkling Cider, Waldensian Style

The Waldensians are immigrants from Northern Italy. In 1893 they settled in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Waldensian Style Sparkling Apple Cider is made from a blend of Red Delicious and Winesap apples with Muscadine grapes. No sugar or preservatives added!
waldensianscup$8.95