Duplin Winery

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Duplin Winery
Duplin winery logo.png
Location Rose Hill, North Carolina, United States
Appellation North Carolina
Founded 1975
Key people

Dave Fussell Jr. President/CEO Jonathan Fussell Vice President Retail Operations

Bill Hatcher Vice President of Sales
Cases/yr 335,000
Known for Hatteras Red
Varietal Muscadine
Other products Duplin Jams, Jellies and sauces, Nutra Grape. Health products from muscadine by products
Distribution regional (OH, VA, NC, SC, GA, WV, KY, TN, MD, DC and FL)[1]
Tasting open to public
Website Official website

Duplin Winery is North Carolina's oldest operating winery, established in 1975. It is located in Duplin County, North Carolina, producing approximately 335,000 cases per year and is known primarily for muscadine wines.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Distributor List". Duplin Winery. 
  2. ^ Mills, Joseph (2007). A Guide to North Carolinas Wineries. ISBN 0-89587-342-7. 
  3. ^ Ensrud, Barbara. "Hatteras Red Duplin Wine Cellars". Appelation America. Retrieved 2009-03-11. 

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