You are invited to the 14th annual NC Muscadine Festival. Gates open at 10 am and the festival will include wineries, arts and crafts vendors, food, and live performances. Your ticket entry gives you access to these amazing bands, unlimited tasting from over 20 wineries, and a commemorative wine glass.
You are invited to the 14th annual NC Muscadine Festival. Gates open at 5 pm and the festival will include wineries, arts and crafts vendors, food, and live entertainment.
Throughout the afternoon, special vineyard, production facility tours and exclusive wine tastings are available for attendees. Our tastings fill up quickly, so make sure to purchase your wine tasting in advance. The Bistro Restaurant will be open on a first come first serve basis with extended hours, as well as have a food tent at the festival.
Don’t forget your chairs for your own comfort but most of all, don’t forget your dancing shoes so you can get your shag on!
Grape Stomp entry tickets may be purchased in advance for $20 per person. There is a limited number of advance tickets for sale and once they have all been sold, the ticket price becomes $30 per person online, in-store and at the gate.
Advance Tickets: $20 per person
Tickets: $30 per person
Seating is limited for each wine tasting and many times sell out prior to September. Purchase early to save your seat! Available tasting times: 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm.
Deluxe Wine Tastings: $10 per person
Must purchase wine tastings in advance of the festival, limited seats are available at each one of the wine tasting times.
Each year at Grape Stomp we allow our customers to take a special vineyard tour where we discuss the growing and harvesting of the Muscadine grape, the heart of all Duplin wines. Vineyard tours will be given on the hour,
starting at 2 pm. Sign up for the time of your choice at our registration table. Seating is limited. First come, first serve. Guests must arrive 15 minutes early to their selected vineyard tour time
Festival-goers get a chance to stomp grapes with their bare feet. Stomping stations will be set up and running starting at 2 pm. Select guests who have shown a flair for stomping will be asked to compete in a “Stomp-Off” for special prizes at the end of the day.
The Carolina Strawberry Festival is an annual event in downtown Wallace. The day will include a great selection of food vendors, entertainment, vendors, and of course strawberries. The entertainment will be listed soon. In addition, the festival will have a Dare Devil Dog Show, Cooking Contest, Little Miss Pageant, Helicopter Rides, BBQ sandwiches, Beer & Wine Garden and so much more.
The Carolina Strawberry Festival is an annual event in downtown Wallace. The night will include a great selection of entertainment, and of course strawberries. The entertainment will feature The Johnson Boys and Band of Oz. In addition, the night will have wings, beer & wine garden, BBQ cook-off, midway and more.
Duplin County Tourism’s 5th Annual A Taste of Duplin & More
5:00 pm -8:30 pm @Duplin County Events Center
You and yours are cordially invited to delight your taste buds, visit with old friends, make new friends, and experience your Duplin County like never before. A Taste of Duplin and more offers the unique opportunity to experience Duplin County!
Our event is focused on creating a refreshing and relaxed atmosphere highlighting everything that makes Duplin County a great place to live and visit.
Take time out of your hectic schedule to remember what makes Duplin County a great place to call home. A Taste of Duplin and more features local restaurant samples as well as wine tastings courtesy of Duplin Winery and Country Squire. Additional vendors include Duplin County museums, ready to whisk you back in time to witness the county’s historic legacy, the creators of our local festivals and much MORE.
A Taste of Duplin and more further the quality relationships of Duplin County businesses with surrounding areas and create an opportunity for increased business. Duplin County Tourism is here to direct visitors to savor everything Duplin County businesses have to offer. Build new relationships with potential customers, and strengthen existing bonds by showcasing your newest products and services.
Come Out And Join Us On March 26th for Some Good Ole’ Bluegrass Music, Food, Craft Breweries And So Much More! Bring The Entire Family For A Fun Filled Day At Duplin County Events Center!! Be sure to bring your lawn chairs for this outdoor festival.
Bluegrass Bands: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, VW Boys, Volume Five, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Band, Cumberland County Line Bluegrass and Ralph Stanley II & The Clinch Mountain Boys.
Location: Rose Hill, NC
Duplin Winery invites you and your family and friends to join them on January 12th for their sixth annual Bridal Expo. Kick start your wedding planning by meeting with event coordinators and many amazing vendors who will be showcasing their specialty products and services. Find everything you will need to plan your wedding, such as DJ’s, florists, photographers, bakeries and much more.
Once you stroll through our beautiful chapel in the vineyards, you’ll know you have found the place to celebrate the best day of your life.
• Door Prizes
• Tour of The Chapel in Duplin’s Vineyard
• Schedule Wedding Planning
• Relax with Duplin wine
“The Call of the Drums”
An Evening of Belly Dance
Benefiting Sarah’s Refuge
A Great Night of Music and Belly Dance
Provided by Dancers and Musicians
From Eastern North Carolina
Please Make Your Reservation by Calling
910-296-1727 ext 155
Tickets are $15 per Person
The Show starts at 7:00pm
* If you are going to have dinner please make your reservation by 6:00 pm.
We recommend reservations for this show to guarantee seating.
We think this is an evening you do not want to miss. Robert Burns was a Scottish poet who wrote for the common man and was not widely acclaimed until his death. Burns Supper Celebrations are held worldwide in January to honor Burns. The lowly dish of “Haggis” was immortalized by Burns and is always served on this occasion. It is presented with great ceremony and will be led in by Pipe Master Andrew Simpson. This is a fun occasion where you can experience a “wee bit of Scottish Culture” (or lack thereof), an excuse to wear your kilt, if you have one hiding in the closet, and generally just have fun and fellowship with a group of people who enjoy getting together whether they have a good reason or not.
Haggis, Neeps & Tatties
Salad with Choice of Dressing
Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breast with Cream Sauce
8 ounce Ribeye Steak
Scottish Steak Pie
(Served with Potato and Vegetable)
Anyone wishing a side order of Haggis with their entree add $5
All Dinners include Glass of Wine, Tea and Coffee
January 26, 2019
$50 per Person (non-refundable)
6:00 pm – Cash Bar and Social
7:00 pm – Dinner
Call 910-296-1727 ext 155 For More Information