Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Biltmore Winery

We'll conclude our little tour of The Biltmore Estate with a few pictures from the Winery.
This has been on the grounds since the mid-80's and is in the old Biltmore Dairy buildings. It's a nice little stop if you ever get to visit.




The tasting room - yum.

The store - sorry for the blurriness - I was rushing around.



The end of a fun filled day. We'll definitely be back to explore all of the activities that we couldn't do in one day.

Thanks for coming on the tour with us!

19 comments:

Michelle said...

It is beautiful place...great pictures:)

Lorrie said...

I love your pictures. It really is a pretty spot. We have visited the Chateau Morrisette Winery in Meadows of Dan, VA. They have a winery tour and a restaurant with beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.

Carrie said...

Isn't it the greatest I have never been but have seen pictures I want to visit at Christmas!

The Berry's Patch said...

What a beautiful place. Did you sample the wine? I've never gone to a wine tasting party. My husband and I always talk about going. :-)

Kristen said...

So beautiful!!

You all got a ton done in just one day!

Thanks for taking us along on your adventure. :)

Michelle said...

totally drooling. When can I visit?

Darlene said...

I have enjoyed this tour!! I have never been there and now I can say I have glimpsed the Biltmore. Neat!!! We used to go wine tasting when we lived in California. It was always fun!

Kellan said...

What a beautiful place - I just want to live there!

see you soon - Kellan

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

GORGEOUS!

M ^..^

4funboys said...

what a great tour

Jerri Lynn @ Southern Sassyness said...

Great, great tour - loved it!

Ms. Tee said...

It is such a pretty place - thanks for posting the photos since I probably won't be going anytime soon!
That's neat that we have a lot in common, too. :)

Inspired Kara said...

wish

I

was

there

Ruby Red Slippers said...

It is a beautiful place, great pictures...

Blanca said...

Great pictures. It all looks so pretty and tasty.

sandra/tx said...

Isn't the Biltmore spectacular? We took a family vacation to western North Carolina and enjoyed a visit to Biltmore while there. You're located in a real treasure trove of scenery and fun places to visit.

JILL said...

I loved reading all about the Biltmore and seeing your photos. We visited there a couple years ago and had a wonderful time (but didn't get to stay long enough).

Wendi said...

Thanks for letting me tag along on your little trip.
We were by the Biltmore this time last year, but our kids were not interested at all.
Only mommy voted for The Biltmore...I was out numbered 4 to 1.
So we rode as far as we could without buying tickets and then left.
Glad to finally see what I missed!
Beautiful.

pastoe willie said...

The pictures are very special.The winery is a wonderful building.The pictures also represent a large part of my life. My family lived on the Biltmore Estate when I was born and I lived on the Estate until Jan.31 2002. That was from 1956-2002.My family lived on the west side of the river (French Broad) at Westerly,anyone knowing the Dairy will know that Westerly was in the area where Biltmore Mall is now. When I was growing up my friends and I played in the old barns that is now the winery.We thought it was very special to climb up in the clock tower or explore the sub-way which both are still a big part of the winery.My life memories are about the dairy and all the famlies and workers that lived on the Estate.We also played all through the old horse barn and we knew every turn and lose board throughout that old barn. It is good to see that now that the old barn is still around and being enjoyed be everyone.My thoughts go from the days of milk cows roaming the hillsides to the beef cattle and sheep that now roam the same hills.I have books full of stories and memories of that great place.I left the company in 2003 to devote the rest of my life to the ministry. The Estate will allways be my home.So many wonderful people have made the Estate what it is today.Again I hope that everyone will enjoy your pictures for a long time.

Pastor Willie Warren
828-713-3822