Auman Vineyards

Naturally Grown, Naturally Good

About US
Auman Vineyards is a "pick-your-own" vineyard of 370 muscadine and scuppernong grape vines.

We're located at 1250 71st School Road, about one mile from 71st High School off of US 401 South of Fayetteville, North Carolina

The vineyards were planted by the late Loyd Auman, a retired Cumberland County educator. Mr. Auman was agriculture teacher, coach, and principal at 71st School and 71st High School. He was later principal at J. W. Coon Elementary School. Loyd E. Auman Elementary School and Loyd E. Auman Athletic Field are named for him.

Our Products
grapes, muscadines, scuppernong

Directions
From I-95 take NC highway 59 South to US 401. Go south on US 401 to 71st School Road. Turn at High School on 71st School Road to 1250 71st School Road.

Hours of Operation
8:00 to Sunset, Closed Sundays Closed for the 2004 Season. Will re-open Labor Day Weekend 2005.

Web Site
www.scuppernongs.com

Here's where you can find our products
Only at the vineyard

Auman Vineyards
Andrew McLean
1250 71st School Road
Fayetteville, NC 28314
CUMBERLAND County
Phone: 910 867 9689
tarheelroger@aol.com

Special News

OPEN Labor Day Weekend til OCT 1


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