Our Wines 2018-03-15T08:00:01+00:00


Overmountain Vineyard has five varieties of grapes planted: Cabernet SavuginonCabernet FrancMerlot, Petit Verdot and our estate premium wine, Petit Manseng. We also grow blueberries onsite.

After tasting our wines, feel free to enjoy your picnic lunch with a bottle or glass of wine. You can relax by the creek, at our picnic area behind the tasting room or sit by the fire on those cool fall and winter days.


These wines are currently being served at the winery.

Visit us to enjoy a tasting, a glass or a bottle of wine while relaxing in our vineyard. A variety of seating areas, including covered tables and comfy Adirondack chairs are awaiting you.


This artisanal, handcrafted wine is stainless steel aged and grown at Rockhouse Vineyards. Notes of grapefruit, citrus and lemongrass on the nose and bracing acidity through the finish.


This artisanal, handcrafted wine is stainless steel aged. Produced in the Old World style with a minimalist approach. It is bright wine with aromas of lemongrass, kiwi, citrus and melon. Finishes dry, crisp and has great acidity. Blend of Chardonnay and Petit Manseng.

2016 ROSÉ

This is a small batch aged in stainless steel and 100% Petit Verdot. It has notes of grapefruit and citrus and has mild acidity. Estate grown. Seventy-five cases.


A full-bodied blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in both American and French oak. Bold notes of cherry, raspberry, cedar and subtle hints of vanilla. Long spicy finish. Estate grown.


A medium-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon with notes of cherry, anise, dried fig, dark chocolate and cedar. This wine is layered with flavor and aged for 15 months in French Oak. It has a silky mouth feel with mild tannins and a lingering finish. Estate grown.


A full-bodied golden wine with subtle acidity and a long lingering finish. This stainless steel aged white is layered with flavor and has aromatic notes of tropical citrus, honeysuckle, lemon, melon, lemon zest and soft notes of honey. Estate Grown. (only 72 cases remaining)