PolkFresh farm tour showcases local food and wine

RUTHERFORDTON, NC (WSPA)-The PolkFresh Farm tour is a chance for people to see where their food and wine from the area come from.

The PolkFresh Farm tour information can be found at this website, here are the basics:
The tour is Saturday, June 24th – 9am to 2pm farms, Wineries 1pm to 6pm
There are 9 Farms, 3 Wineries, & 4 Local Food Stops.

Tickets are $25 for cars (as many people as you can safely fit) and $10 for motorcycles.

TICKETS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE IN PERSON AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

Columbus Farmers’ Market

Manna Cabanna Organic Market

Meanwhile, Back In Saluda

Mill Spring Farm Store

Overmountain Vineyards

Get address and info about these below

Farms:

Buttercup Cottage – 612 Ransom Rd, Saluda, NC 28773

Go Garlic – 17 Overcreek Drive, Rutherfordton, NC 28139 (Polk County)

Nelon Knoll Farm – 200 Abrams Moore Rd, Rutherfordton, NC 28139 (Polk County)

Once Upon a Cow Creamery – 300 W Melvin Hill Rd, Columbus, NC 28722

Phil Holbert Honey – 706 Ozone Dr, Saluda NC 28756

Robinson Community Garden – Corner of Poplar and Henderson St, Saluda NC

Sunny Creek Farms – 520 Pine Field Dr. Tryon, NC 28782

TK Family Farm – 1132 Airport Rd, Rutherfordton NC 28139 (Polk County)

Wineries:

Mountain Brook Vineyard– 731 Phillips Dairy Rd, Tryon NC 28782

Overmountain Vineyard– 2012 Sandy Plains Rd, Tryon NC 28782 (Tickets Available Here)

Parker Binns Vineyard – 7382 E NC 108, Mill Spring, NC 28756

Other Stops:

Columbus Farmers Market – Courthouse St, Columbus NC 28722 (Tickets Available Here)

Manna Cabanna Organic Market – 105 E Main St, Tryon NC 28773 (Tickets Available Here)

Meanwhile, Back In Saluda – 171 E Mail Street, Saluda NC 28773 (Tickets Available Here)

Mill Spring Farm Store – 156 School Rd, Mill Spring NC 28756 (Tickets Available Here)

The Polk Fresh Farm Tour is once again partnering with Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) to hold the tour the same weekend as their region-wide tour.

Polk Fresh pass holders are welcome to use their pass to visit farms on the asap tour, which is spread across Western North Carolina.

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