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$20 for small bag (peck) of YOU PICK fruit. Apples buggy, small ,bruised and rotten. Took forever to pick a bag of decent apples. Real dissapointment from years past. Apparently under new management. Save time and go to supermarket for your apples.
Absolutely beautiful!!! What a great husband and wife run business!!! They opened up their farm and winery JUST for us to celebrate Gary's 40th birthday on a day that they are normally closed! We got to try delicious wine and pick our own tomatoes, eggplant,...More
My husband and I, along with 5 friends, went to pick peaches and drink wine. The peaches are amazing and the wine was fabulous! The place is beautiful; right on the water. My only critique would be that the tasting facility needed a little TLC,...More
This is an Excellent place for you and your Family to pick peaches, apples, and grapes. We spent 20 minutes under the heat. It was all worth it, it does not take much to do. We spent $16 for one bag to fill with peaches....More
Don't waste your time or gas! We went to pick apples today. When we arrived the man who I'm guessing worked there told us the building would be closed for the next 5 minutes he had to go to the garden. So we watched him...More
We used to love Moonrise Bay Vineyard until they closed down. I gave Martins a 2 because they have a couple wines we like. If I had rated Martin's on service, it would be a one going on zero. I will say that the lady...More
I have been going there for years. I find the owners very friendly and the muscadine wine the best I have every tasted, A nice destination at the end of a scenic drive. I have also had their strawberry wine which was fantastic.
This vineyard is atrocious. We are not fans of muscadine wines, however sometimes we have been surprised, but we always love the chance to visit wineries when given the chance. We stopped by, and honestly thought it was closed down. A lot of the vines...More
Hadn't been in years. Chose to take the ferry over from Currituck which was a pleasant 45 ride. Martin Vineyards is minutes from the ferry dock on Knotts Island. We were there for the peach picking and not the vineyards but the peaches were plentiful...More