The Myers family invites you to visit our vineyard tasting room, a converted 1930s milking parlor. We always welcome you to visit whether alone or with friends. In order for us to provide you with the very best experience, we ask that you call ahead for a group reservation for parties of 8 or more. Thank you so much, we are looking forward to your visit!
Our Address: 5726 W Old US Hwy 421. Hamptonville, NC 27020
Please use the following directions to reach us as GPS directions have proven to be unreliable with our location:
From Winston-Salem (30 minutes) Take Hwy 421N to exit 267 (Windsor Rd.)
only 1 mile north of I-77. Turn right onto Windsor Rd. go 1/10 mile to Old
Hwy 421, turn right. Laurel Gray Vineyards is just ahead on the left.
From Charlotte (60 minutes) Take I-77 N to Hwy 421N (exit 73B). Go one mile
to exit 267 (Windsor Rd.) Turn right onto Windsor Rd. Go 1/10 mile to Old Hwy 421, turn right.
Laurel Gray Vineyards is just ahead on the left.
Tasting and Tours
Wine tastings are offered daily during our business hours. The cost is $10 and includes a complimentary Laurel Gray wine glass. Wines may be purchased by the bottle or glass.
Select local craft beers also available by the bottle — we carry Sierra Nevada, brewed in Asheville, NC and Foothills from W-S, NC. We also have Amish bread, Ashe Country Cheese, pre-packaged meats and assorted snack items.
The tasting room is open Wednesday – Saturday from 10am-5pm and on Sunday from 1-5pm.
Guided educational vineyards tours are offered daily at 2:00pm and 4:00pm. Tours are $10 per person.
At Laurel Gray we love to have you visit, and we invite you to bring your fur baby along with you when you come. Because we allow our customers to sample bread and artisan sauces, we do not allow animals inside the building. On our porches, we strive to provide a beautiful, clean environment for our customers to enjoy a picnic with a bottle or glass of Laurel Gray wine. Therefore, we ask that all pets be on a leash and kept in grass areas only.
Thank you for understanding.
Laurel Gray Vineyards grounds and facilities are available to rent for weddings. Please see our Wedding Rental Agreement for more details.
Relax on the front porch with a view of the vineyard and rose gardens, opt for the covered back patio overlooking our beautiful farm pond and state-of-the-art winery, or enjoy our “cottage” herb and rose garden with private bistro tables.
Laurel Gray customers are welcome to bring their own picnic (only Laurel Gray wines allowed) or purchase one of our gourmet picnic baskets. Baskets must be pre-purchased at least two days in advance. Call (336) 468-9463 at least 48 hours in advance to place your order. Picnic baskets are as follows:
- Cheese & Wine Basket
Included a bottle of $23 or less wine, 2 souvenir glasses, a loaf of Amish bread, 2 wedges of Ashe County Cheese, and fresh fruit, for only $50.00
- Deli and Wine Basket
Which includes a bottle of $23 or less wine, 2 souvenir glasses, 2 sandwiches on homemade bread (choose between Black Forrest Ham & Swiss Cheese, Roast Turkey & Provolone, Roast Beef and Cheddar, or Egg Salad. This basket included pasta salad and two pieces of homemade desserts for $65.00
Roses are planted near the vineyard to indicate approaching trouble by pests or disease. Legend has it that roses bring good luck for the harvest. Roses and French grapevines require the same type of constant supervision; therefore roses and wine are a natural combination.
At Laurel Gray, we currently have 70 Jackson Perkins Tea Roses. In front of our tasting room/gift shop are two rose gardens consisting of 40 tea roses. Our red barn also has tea roses on each side of the doorway and we have roses in our “cottage” herb garden. Some of the varieties we enjoy are Double Delight (Benny’s favorite), Diana Princess of Wales, Barbara Bush, Sultry, Tropical Sunset, Mister Lincoln, Perfectly Red, Sweet Valentine, Fragrant Cloud, Rose Rhapsody, and many more.
The roses are a great delight to everyone in our family. We like to share them with friends who are under the weather or make an arrangement for our church on Sunday morning. They bloom from late May until the first frost usually in mid-October.