Burntshirt Vineyards Estate White And Estate Rosé

Looking for a fun atmosphere to taste NC wine? Check out Burntshirt Vineyards’ Tasting Room. Award-winning wines and a guestbook greet you upon entering. Two large bar areas await guests while unique wine gifts are sprinkled throughout the building.


When stopping by for a tasting at Burntshirt, you have two flights to choose from: Estate Flight and Reserve Flight. The Estate flight is more like an every day type wine (even though the aromas and flavors are unlike other wineries). The Reserve flight is a bit more sophisticated and more dry. Each flight is $10 and includes a souvenir glass.


2014 Apple Wine, 2015 Estate White, and the Estate Rosé are just a few of the ten wines available to sip from the Estate Flight.

2015 Estate White


This is a refreshing white table wine. The aromatics are bright and refreshing and lend itself to a smooth, crisp sip. Because of the light and crisp qualities, this wine would be a great wine to take to gatherings or as as gift.

What they say: Stainless steel aged Vidal Blanc, this wine delivers bright aromatics of peach and pineapple with a crisp, refreshing finish.

Quick Tips

  • Estate White Pairings: grilled peaches, salads, vegetarian fare, chicken, fish, Swiss cheese, and goat cheese

Estate Rosé


The Estate Rosé is a bright, light wine. Fruit aromas hit the nose and palate first followed by a smooth, sweet finish.

What they say: Blended from whole cluster pressed Chambourcin and Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine invites you with aromatics of fresh berry and vanilla, lively red fruit on the palate, and a semi-sweet finish. A great sipping wine on its own, it also complements both sweet and savory dishes.

Quick Tips

  • Estate Rosé Pairings: frittata, quiche, burgers, sandwiches, grilled fish, Asian flavors, Rocchetta and Gruyere cheese

Reserve Flight Highlights:


2015 Grüner Veltliner — most award winning white wine, grape from Austria, almost cleanses the palate

2016 Vidal Blanc — pure, creamy finish, bright aromatics, just released a little over five weeks ago

2013 O Cellars Reserve Chardonnay — 100% barrel aged, spicy oak, buttery finish

2014 O Cellars Reserve Cab Franc — incredible balance, 95% French Oak and 5% Sweet Oak, hints of herbs and cherry, great for grilling and ribeye

2015 O Cellars Reserve Meritage — 5 varietal (, sophisticated, complex, pairs well with rich foods (Prime Rib)

2015 O Cellars Reserve Cab Sauv — delicate and velvety, more berry notes, just released a little over five weeks ago      *One of our favorites!

2013 Harvest Gold Dessert Wine — floral aromatics, great to sip at the end of a meal or even to marinate fruit


I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food I’m cooking.
—Julia Child

Tasting InfoBSV_004

  • Tasting Times:
    • Sunday–Thursday: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    • Friday–Saturday: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • Tasting Locations:
    • Tasting Room
    • Patio with Vineyard Views

Fast Facts:

After tasting the many award-winning wines that Burntshirt has to offer, it’s easy to see why so many people have joined the Summit Club.

Club Perks:

  • 15% off all wine purchased in the tasting room and on wine shipments
  • 10% off all merchandise in the tasting room (no food)
  • Eight free tastings annually of all current releases for member and guest
  • Invitations to exclusive wine club events and 20% off on public events
  • Advanced registration for the Fall Foliage tour to Burntshirt Mountain

Until our next glass…

Go local. Drink Carolinas. 🍷

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