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Daveste’ Vineyards is proud to be the first winery in Iredell County, North Carolina. We're conveniently located about 35 miles north of Charlotte, NC and near the intersection of I-40 and I-77. Our winery annually produces 1,000 cases of wine...more
Davaste' Vineyards offers entertainment, usually on Thursdays, but sometimes on other days (evenings). The entertainment varies from good to very good, but what can one say, there is no cover charge. In an area where there is typically little to do, Davaste' Vineyards does offer...More
We stopped by just because we saw the sign on the highway and we were tired of driving! We stopped in and my goodness it was great! Customer service was awesome along with the sangria! Wines were not our speed as they were dry but...More
This is a nice little winery off the beaten track. It's a pretty property and we really enjoyed taking the tour of the place. It was a casual Monday so we were able to chill and leasurely do a,wine tasting then have a glass of...More
Enjoyed a recent visit to tucked-away Daveste Vineyards in Troutman, NC. Heading north on 115, turn left on Talley Road, then turn left on Lytton Farm Road, then left into Daveste.
The Groupon entitled us to a tasting of 6 or so wines (both whites...More
We stopped by after a hike. Its on a nice property with waterfalls to look/listen and lots of deck and patio space for beautiful days like the one we had. They have both wines and beers made there with cheese, chocolates, and more to take...More
I had such a great time at the little winery. After our 8 hour drive, we stopped here to meet a friend. I was highly impressed. The staff was very friendly. It's such a cute little place to hang out! The beer and wine are...More
Davesté is a small vineyard and winery offering a number of OK but not very exciting wines. The only thing that really sparked my attention was a very unusual varietal, Rkatsiteli, from Georgia (in the Urals, not south of the state border).
The tasting room...More
Response from Theresa B | Reviewed this property |
We were there to taste wine and were surprised by the beer flight. There was some type of snack food in the frig but we did not eat. There are beautiful picnic grounds and the next time we go we will bring a picnic lunch