Spring Wine Festival – March 17th 2018 – New Wines Released

Saturday, March 17th 10am till 5pm ****Apple Wine & Concord Grape Wine Release - Limited Stock****   Local Potters & Craft Vendors will be featured throughout the day! 20% off Cases ~ 10% off 3 or more bottles   Free Admission ~ Free Wine Tastings   1506 John Beam Road, Vale NC 28168 704-276-9911 ~ www.woodmillwinery.com
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Strawberry Jubilee Festival – May 19th 2018

Strawberry Jubilee Festival &  Vineyard Blessing   Saturday, May 19th, 2018 Vineyard Blessing 10am - 11am Strawberry Jubilee 11am - 5pm   ****Strawberry Wine Release - Limited Stock Available ****   Over 60 Local Vendors Including: Crafts, Art, Pottery, Jewelry, Wood Turning, Handbags, Nursery Plants, T-shirts, Novelty Items & More ...
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Check us out on Facebook. We are constantly sharing updates about our winery and wines as well as related events and news in our community. Follow us
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New TV series featuring NC vineyards to premiere Oct. 2 on UNC-TV

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Settle back, relax and get ready to take some fun trips exploring remarkable wines and vineyards from the mountains to the coast of North Carolina. This brand new 10-episode, half-hour television series kicks off on UNC-TV Sunday, Oct. 2, at 1:30 p.m. Read more
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Lincoln County’s WoodMill Winery develops fans in China

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WoodMill Winery in Lincoln County begins exporting muscadine wine, touted for its health benefits, to China. The owner developed the sweet wine for its antioxidant properties, in hopes of helping his father address arthritis and heart issues. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/small-business/article9124943.html#storylink=cpy
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Here’s to your health

Inspired by his father’s deteriorating heart condition and motivated by a long family history of cardiovascular ailments, Larry Cagle, Jr. searched medical journals and university studies for articles on cardiovascular health. One particular article, “The French Paradox”, suggests that moderate daily consumption of red wine, over a prolonged period of time, reduced the occurren...
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