The French Broad Vignerons of WNC

vigneron [ven-yu-rawn] – A person who grows grapes and then makes wine from the grapes they grow so they control the quality of the wine from the grass to the glass.

The French Broad Vignerons of WNC (FBV) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational opportunities for grape growing, wine making, evaluating, and enjoying wines in western North Carolina. Our organization has monthly meetings for business/educational/social purposes. It is open to anyone interested in viticulture and learning how to evaluate wines.


Pay your 2020 French Broad Vignerons Membership Dues here!

French Broad Vignerons 2020 calendar year membership dues is $25/couple (or two people at the same address like a vineyard/winery)

Click HERE to register and pay your 2020 calendar year dues using any valid credit card.

Upcoming French Broad Vignerons Events

February 22 – Educational – Riedel Glassware Wine Tasting –   10:30AM

March 7 – Outing – Sierra Nevada Brewery – 12Noon
March 28 – Educational – Growing Grapes for Winemaking with local vintners and Pruning workshop with Mark Hoffman, PhD
10AM -12 Noon

April 4 – Burial Forestry Camp – Leicester NC

Details and registration on Special Events page