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MOTHER VINE Sure, you've tasted wine, but have you had a glass from inside a treehouse? Didn't think so. Treehouse Vineyards combines two passions of winemaker and farmer extraoridinaire Phil Nordan—unique adult treehouses and excellent wine. With an emphasis on organic, native muscadine grapes and a respect for the soil and ecosystem that support their crops, Nordan and family consistently produce high quality wine. Even better, their sprawling lakefront property is outfitted with two 30-foot high adult treehouses, each available for rent and outfitted with water, electricity and more. A treehouse, the perfect place to crash in case you accidentally over-indulge. TRIVIA By the dawn of the 20th Century, North Carolina was the leading wine-producing region in the nation. NC remained one of the highest-ranked wine producing states until Prohibition in the early 1900s. The MotherVine on Roanoke Island, the oldest known wine producer in North America, is still growing and producing scuppernong grapes since explorers first sighted it in 1584.
Like hearts, wineglasses are fragile, full of goodness, and frequently broken. Live life to the brim with this Groupon Choose Between Two Options $10 for a winery-tour package for two (a $10 value/person) with two souvenir glasses (a $2.50 value each), two glasses of wine (a $10 value) and a complimentary wine tasting (a $35 total value) $18 for the winery-tour package for four (a $70 total value) The winery tour lets guests explore Treehouse Vineyards' inner workings, from the vats of fermenting grape libations to the casks of wine. A knowledgeable guide explains the process from vine to glass ...
For a grown-up retreat from the grind of everyday life, head to Treehouse Vineyards in Monroe: • $12 (regularly $27) for a winery tour and wine tasting for two + take-home bottle of wine • Makes muscadine wines, as well as Merlot, Riesling, Cabernet, and more • Open seven days a week; no reservations necessary Run Away from Home for Awhile Explore the vast farmland, which includes more than 1,000 vines and two treehouses -- the perfect backdrop for a picnic lunch; then, indulge in a tasting of ten house varietals. You'll also get a bottle of wine to take home. Treehouse Vineyards's Website | Facebook
Why You Should Go: For kids, the idea of a treehouse brings to mind countless possibilities, good times, and a world of imagination. Much of the same can be said of Treehouse Vineyards, Monroe’s award-winning response to Napa, inspired by a legendary treehouse and North Carolina’s notable but largely unknown winery history. What You Should Know: With over 15 years of personal winemaking history, owner Phil Nordan decided in 2005 to plant 50 wines for commercial use on what would become Treehouse Vineyards. Now Phil and his wife Dianne invite you on a 20-30 minute tour of their beautiful winery, where you’ll learn about North Carolina’s winemaking history, as well as that of Treehouse Vineyards, before enjoying two smooth glasses of vino. So get out of the city for a red or a white (or both), and let your imagination run wild.
A heart-shaped box of chocolates, a bouquet of roses, dinner at your favorite restaurant. Looking for more than a been-there-done-that kind of Valentine's Day? Leave the lackluster displays of love in the dust and get a breath of fresh February 14th air by snagging today's Save, brought to you by Treehouse Vineyards in Monroe. Here's the deal: $12 for a private wine tasting for two plus a bottle of wine Be Vine: Included in today's Save is a sampling of seven muscadine wines, a Treehouse signature frozen wine-a-rita, a bottle for you to take home, and two souvenir glasses. Tree house retreat: As you might have guessed, the vineyard is home to a charming, fully-decorated tree house that will set the scene for your wine tasting. Enjoy some rustic romance while you taste and take in gorgeous vineyard views. Heard it through the grapevine: Have a question about your favorite white or red? Interested in knowing more about the vineyard? Treehouse visitors say owner and vino expert Phil Nordan — who "makes and bottles the wine" himself — is "very knowledgeable" and happy to answer any and all questions. How can I Save? Learn how it works.
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