Beaverdam Vineyard is a 5 acre working vineyard nestled in the mountains 25 minutes outside of Murphy, NC city limits. Cherokee National Forest is also across the mountain ridge.
The Weavers have named the 3 different sections of the vineyard by a special landmark. The largest section is called "Yellow Poplar" marked by the large Yellow Poplar tree on site. "Split Rock" is the section behind Yellow Poplar and is marked by a tree growing between two large rocks (pictured on right). "Dogwood" is a stand alone section and the name comes from the beautiful Dogwood tree marking the entrance.
- Norton - America's oldest native grape found mostly on the east coast and mid-west
- Regent - a dark-skinned hybrid grape with origination from Chambourcin
- Seyval Blanc - an American hybrid grape known as the "East Coast Charddonay"
- Vidal Blanc - an American hybrid grape