With Carolina In The Fall being located in the Yadkin Valley, it only seems right to have some of the local vineyards and wineries participate in the festival. Grapes are grown in the rolling hills of North Carolina and then made into a variety of red and white wines. Visitors to the area can learn a little about the regional wines and also have the chance to try them. *The vineyards are also a beautiful place to visit on your way out of town on Sunday after the festival!
In recent years, breweries have also become very popular in this region and it has been noticed that music and beer just seem to go together! In past years Carolina In The Fall has featured several breweries from the region including Lost Province Brewing and Booneshine Brewing out of Boone, Granite Falls Brewery from Granite Falls, and Skull Camp Brewing out of Elkin.
One of the main goals of the festival is to give visitors a true taste of the region. Whether this is through the music, the food, the crafts or the beer and wine, Carolina In The Fall strives to make sure there is something for everyone!