An Urban Winery Has Grown in Asheville


An Urban Winery Has Grown in Asheville

  • Ayana Dusenberry

    Co-producer + Editor of Asheville Grit. I'm all about enjoying food, art, music + living the dream.

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Although it doesn't open officialy until September 5th, plēb, the new Urban Winery of Asheville, is having a Grand Opening & NC Wine Month Kickoff Celebration this Saturday the 1st, with a day of music, food, activities,!!

What is an Urban Winery, you might be asking? Of course most of us have heard the term "farm to table" a million times used to describe a certain kind of cuisine or restaurant. Well, plēb promises to bring Asheville a "grapes to wine" experience by showcasing North Carolina "high country and east coast grapes by sourcing from a variety of local farms, each of which produce a unique agricultural product that allows for high quality local wines with distinct flavor profiles." 

The festivities go from 12pm - 10pm on 289 Lyman Street, and here's a rundown from their press release of what you can expect >>

In addition to a variety of plēb urban winery draft wine offerings, attendees will enjoy the following Schedule of Events:

12 - 4pm: Poetry on Demand with Eddie Cabbage


12 - 7pm: Spoon and Hook wares for sale courtesy of Anneliesse Gormley & Beulah

1:30pm: Art Tour w/ Muralist Ian Wilkinson (Free!)

2 - 7pm: Food Truck and Hot Dog Cart courtesy of Miss P’s Cateringz & Delicious Dogz

2:30pm and 3:30pm: Production Tours w/ the Owners (you can purchase tickets here)

7 - 9pm: Live music by Lyric

Read more about their inspiration + mission here