Are you headed to historic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina? Is the Biltmore ticket price worth it? Discover 18 of the best things to do at Biltmore from annual passholders and locals.
Before becoming Asheville locals, we were Asheville tourists. We’ll never forget flying over the Blue Ridge Mountains and watching the trees open to reveal Biltmore Estate.
You can also catch a glimpse of Biltmore from the Blue Ridge Parkway driving toward Asheville.
The property is breathtaking, and visiting Biltmore Estate is a must at least once.
Biltmore is such a large part of Asheville’s history. Not only one of Asheville’s most iconic tourist attractions and one of America’s largest homes, but Biltmore Estate helped shape and grow this mountain city.
The Vanderbilts put Asheville on the map. They dedicated time and money to education, forestry, and the community.
Today, Biltmore continues to work on environmental-friendly practices, food access and sustainability, and preserving our natural resources.
Not to mention the endless Biltmore activities and sights:
Peruse the shelves of a spooky but beautiful library filled with 22,000 volumes of books that George Vanderbilt personally collected.
Enjoy 22 miles of scenic hiking trails, including the famous gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
Daydream about endless wine tasting. Learn how champagne is made. Take a red wine and chocolate tour.
Or, get chatty with some chickens. Channel your inner Martha Stewart and spend Christmas at Biltmore with those blazing fireplaces, a plethora of Christmas trees, and live music.
How about eating southern pickles with seasonal cocktails at Cedric’s Tavern — an ode to the Vanderbilt’s beloved Saint Bernard.
There’s shopping Appalachia-style in Antler Hill Village. Sleep on-site at The Inn On Biltmore Estate or Village Hotel. Plus, don’t forget to drive over to Biltmore Village.
So, who will enjoy Biltmore Estate? Is the ticket price worth it, and how can you get your money’s worth out of Biltmore?
We promise to share the best things to do at Biltmore Estate to ensure that you have a fabulous time.
Below find information, tips, tricks, what to do at Biltmore Estate, and Biltmore FAQs answered by locals and passholders. Let’s get started!
Afterward, be sure to check out our Asheville Guide Of Top Things To Do.
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Who Will Enjoy Visiting Biltmore Estate?
Biltmore Estate is by far Asheville’s largest tourist attraction.
Families, couples, friends, singles, and travelers looking for something more will all find worthwhile and special Biltmore activities.
Although we don’t have children, our friend and rogue mommy blogger Tori can attest that Biltmore provides plenty of family-friendly activities.
You also don’t have to love history or creepy old houses. Gardeners will love the flowers. Hikers and mountain bikers will enjoy the trails.
Readers will gawk at the library, children will smile at the pigs and chickens, and foodies will crave a meal in the former Vanderbilt stables.
Engagement and wedding events are popular here too. Many people request stunning and sweet proposal pictures at Biltmore Estate.
Is The Biltmore Ticket Price Really Worth It?
The plethora of things to do at Biltmore 100% makes your ticket price worth it: the history, property tours, eating, special exhibits, hiking, and wine-ing.
Biltmore ticket prices typically start around $76 when purchased in advance online and go up from there. Prices vary by date and season.
If you know that you are visiting Biltmore Estate for a short weekend in Asheville, we recommend purchasing tickets online as soon as you can to get your desired time slot and a possible cheaper price.
Why The (High) Price?
Many of our readers ask us why there is a high Biltmore Estate ticket price.
You are paying for the massive amounts of restoration, maintenance, and staff it takes to run and sustain Biltmore Estate.
Driving around the grounds, you’ll get a better picture of its size too.
We highly suggest reading Denise Kiernan’s The Last Castle, which truly makes you appreciate the Vanderbilts and the current cost of admission.
This is a nonfiction book that talks about Biltmore mansion construction, the Vanderbilts’ role in society, and how Biltmore operates today.
While everyone has their own personal budgets, interests, and circumstances, the cost of a Biltmore ticket — to us — is worth it. As we mentioned above, we are annual passholders (and have been for years).
There are so many fun and delicious things to do at the Biltmore. You need at least one full day there to experience even a portion of the Biltmore sights.
Plus, we compare the cost of Biltmore Estate tickets to Disney World passes minus the germs and terrifying crowds. It’s also cheaper.
So, let’s make that ticket price and Biltmore Estate visit worth it; keep reading for our top recommended Biltmore activities.
Visiting Biltmore Estate One-Day Itinerary
Wondering what to do at Biltmore Estate? Where do you start? This is our ideal Biltmore itinerary:
- In the morning, take a self-guided or audio tour of Biltmore House. Walking through the Biltmore mansion takes around 1.5 hours.
- After your home tour, head straight to Biltmore’s gardens and Conservatory. Budget anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour here.
- Enjoy lunch at Stable Cafe next to the home or Cedric’s Tavern in Antler Hill Village. Make those reservations in advance, though. Enjoy lunch for 1-1.5 hours.
- After lunch, wine taste at Biltmore Winery or take a Biltmore Winery Tour. Pick up wine souvenirs at the shop. We typically budget around 1 hour for the winery.
- Shop, drink wine, snack on ice cream, and take advantage of Antler Hill Village, including visiting Biltmore Farmyard. Grab charcuterie at Biltmore Wine Bar, spending 1+ hours here.
- Before heading out, take a stroll along the lagoon.
- Of course, you may wish to book dinner here as well. Or, enjoy these Asheville fine dining restaurants.
With that said, keep on reading to see all of the best things to do at Biltmore.
18 Of The Best Things To Do At Biltmore Estate From Passholders
1. Visit & Tour Biltmore House
If this is your first time visiting Biltmore Estate, start at Biltmore House. (If you’ve been to Biltmore plenty of times before, like us, you may wish to skip this part).
When you book your Biltmore tickets, you must pick what time you’d like to enter the house. If you don’t, you aren’t guaranteed access to walk inside. This also helps with crowd control.
Passholders can enter and leave Biltmore Estate as they wish without reservations/advanced notice but still must reserve times if they wish to tour the Biltmore mansion.
The earlier in the day you visit Biltmore House, the better to beat the rush. Weekdays are quieter than weekends. Holidays and long weekends are the busiest.
The first time that we visited Biltmore — because we booked in advance — we found cheaper tickets that also included a free audio tour.
A word of caution: Use the restroom before you get in line to enter the Biltmore mansion. You won’t see bathrooms again until the end of the 1.5-hour tour.
One set of bathrooms is located right before the entrance to Biltmore House near some of the restaurants and shopping.
What Is A Biltmore Estate Audio Tour Like?
If you are planning your Biltmore Estate visit and wondering if you need all the extras and ticket add-ons, you really don’t — although they can be enjoyable.
Personally, we don’t love audio tours, but some of the Biltmore House ones are hilariously fun. One time, we were “guests” at a classy Vanderbilt dinner party.
While the opera singer prepared her vocal cords, a writer practiced her after-dinner reading as Cedric the dog stole an entire turkey.
We are also told that Cedric, the Vanderbilts’ beloved St. Bernard, gives the children’s audio tour. The audio tour lasted about 1.5-2 hours throughout the entire house.
You may also skip portions and jump sections of the recording.
The Candlelight Christmas audio tour was a bit drier with facts about each room.
Do you need an audio tour, though? Debatable.
If this is your first time visiting Biltmore Estate, an audio tour is a great idea to familiarize yourself with the property’s history.
Do I Need To Take A Guided Biltmore House Tour?
We have yet to take a guided Biltmore House tour to learn even more behind-the-scenes facts.
However, if you just wish to walk the house on your own without upping the price of your ticket, you can. When family and friends visit, we tour on our own, which still takes 1.5-2 hours.
The rooms explain themselves and are well worth the visit alone. We also have a cheat sheet for some top Biltmore facts.
What Should You See Inside Biltmore House?
Just like you, George and Edith were not at a loss for things to do at Biltmore Estate. They had endless entertainment and grounds to enjoy.
Their Biltmore activities were a little more elite and unique to the time too.
We are not going to lie: We are a little biased; get ready for what we love inside Biltmore House besides all of the bedrooms and dining and sitting rooms.
- Biltmore Library – According to Biltmore’s historians, as an avid reader and book collector, George Vanderbilt read 81 books on average per year. How do they know this? George personally recorded all of the novels he read in a journal. He also collected over 22,000 volumes of books, and he favored French writing.
- Biltmore Loggia – Before you enter the library, don’t miss the 360-degree views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from this gorgeous balcony.
- Biltmore Estate Indoor Swimming Pool – Biltmore’s pool is intriguing, even though it is, of course, empty. At around 10-feet deep, this pool is said to have stored 70,000 gallons of water. We also think the changing rooms are pretty neat.
- Biltmore Bowling Alley – The Biltmore mansion housed endless luxury rooms including a gym and bowling alley. In fact, this two-lane bowling alley is said to be the first-ever in a private home.
- Biltmore’s Halloween Room – As you head into Biltmore House’s basement, don’t miss the folklore-ish murals painted on the brick walls. Biltmore historians believe Cecil had the murals painted for New Year’s ball in 1925. Read more about the Halloween Room here→
- Biltmore Banquet Hall – You can’t miss the banquet hall with its 70-foot ceiling, triple fireplace, and pipe organ. At Christmas, you’ll find a 35-foot tree. This room is truly extraordinary.
Other Biltmore House musts include the Butler’s pantry, laundry room, and George and Edith’s bedrooms.
You may also be wondering if Biltmore is haunted. We definitely consider this attraction as one of Asheville’s top haunted houses.
2. Stroll Biltmore Gardens & Conservatory
Wondering what to do at Biltmore Estate after touring that gorgeous mansion?
Upon exiting the house – especially if you have a morning ticket – we recommend heading to the Biltmore Estate gardens right outside of the home’s entrance.
In the spring, witness the infamous Biltmore Blooms – home to sweet engagements and vibrant photo sessions.
Find acres of both formal and informal gardens with strolling paths. The gardens with paved paths are the most accessible.
Notably, Fredrick Law Olmstead designed Biltmore’s gardens, and you can even explore an Italian Garden.
If time permits, head inside Biltmore Conservatory located at the back of the Walled Gardens. It’s toasty and filled with gorgeous greenery.
Also, find one of our favorite best-kept secrets here: behind the Conservatory, a vendor sells beer and wine. Nothing beats strolling the gardens with Biltmore wine and local Asheville beer.
Explore even more of Asheville’s stunning parks and gardens.
3. Dine At Biltmore’s Delicious Restaurants
One of our favorite things to do at Biltmore Estate as annual passholders is eat. We love heading to one of the Biltmore restaurants for a meal and a glass of local wine or craft cocktail.
We highly recommend using Open Table to make reservations if you don’t want long waits or have your heart set on eating on-property.
What are our favorite Biltmore restaurants?
Stable Cafe At Biltmore
For lunch, Stable Cafe has your basic and non-fancy sandwiches along with southern treats. Around the holidays, they offer a 3-course dinner menu.
Also one of Asheville’s fun kid-friendly restaurants, select from a few food intolerance-friendly items with gluten-free and vegan items labeled.
Don’t miss out on a platter of smoked meats, and personally, we enjoy a classic chicken salad sandwich.
Plus, if you are lucky to snag a booth, you will find yourself eating in the old Vanderbilt horse stalls. Maybe that’s not your thing, but we love it.
For Candlelight Christmas Evenings, Stable Cafe is also one of the most romantic fine dining experiences in Asheville.
While we know that Biltmore has fancier restaurants, our absolute go-to is Cedric’s Tavern — where you can find Cedric’s massive dog collar.
We picture Cedric sounding a lot like Scooby-Doo. The Vanderbilts loved their St. Bernard.
The food and cocktails at Cedric’s Tavern are moderately priced and delicious
Cedric’s Tavern makes their own pickles, and don’t miss their Lusty Monk Mustard. And yes, order a boozy cocktail. They are delicious.
Slightly pricier, the menu and drinks change seasonally and are fresh as well as worth it. The outdoor patio is heated in the winter, and they have bar seating.
Black and white photographs of Cedric and the Vanderbilts flank the tavern walls. Out front is a creepy-fun little statue of Cornelia playing with Cedric.
More Food And Drink At Biltmore Estate
If you are looking for more foodie things to do at Biltmore, explore their full list of restaurants.
Grab an ice cream at the Creamery, brunch at Deerpark Restaurant, or a drink at the Library Bar.
The Bistro is more casual, and if you covet Asheville’s wine spots, nothing beats sitting outside with a charcuterie board at Biltmore’s Wine Bar.
Outside of Biltmore Estate, don’t miss our favorite lunch spots across Asheville.
In the 1930s, Corner Charles Jennings lived in what is today Corner Kitchen. The home started as The Biltmore Café and evolved into the famous Hot Shot.
Like Biltmore House, George Washington Vanderbilt owned this area and commissioned Frederic Law Olmstead and Richard Morris Hunt to design Biltmore Village’s neighborhood.
If you have time, the area is a must; you’ll find some of the best things to do near Biltmore like shopping and enjoying breweries including Hillman Beer, French Broad Brewing, and Thirsty Monk.
Discover even more great places to eat near Biltmore Estate.
4. Wine Taste At Biltmore Winery
After eating lunch, visiting Biltmore winery to stock up on reserves is one of our favorite things to do at Biltmore Estate.
If you know Christine from The Uncorked Librarian, you know that we are all in for the wine.
We buy bottles to bring home and know that you can find their more generic wines at Ingles — our main Asheville grocery store chain.
Biltmore’s black label wine is only sold on property.
Our favorite Biltmore wines include the red Biltmore Christmas, Chenin Blanc, Reisling, and Gewurztraminer — some of these are limited releases.
Wine tasting is complimentary with your ticket. Sometimes you will find a line and other times, not so much.
Please check to see if you need reservations for wine tasting — this policy has changed over the past few years.
Plan on tasting about 6-7 wines, but you may get a generous pourer.
5. Take A Biltmore Winery Special Tour
If you are looking for more unique and informational things to do at Biltmore Estate, take a special tour.
The Biltmore Winery tours typically run on the hour, and you will need to add on tours to your ticket for an additional price.
Biltmore Estate invited us out to try two of their special tours for free — with no obligation to post or talk about them.
Please know that while the below tours were comped, our opinions remain unbiased. The two tours the Biltmore hosted us for include:
As of 2022, the Behind-The-Scenes Winery Tour is around $10 but is currently on hold. For Biltmore activities, this is a great and cheaper option if you skip a guided house tour.
Staff take you back into the wine production facility and walk you through the Champagne bottling process
See both French and American Oak barrels, the fermentation process, and our favorite: bottling.
We had no idea that Biltmore Winery only started up in 1985. Previously, the space housed the dairy.
Biltmore Estate Insider Tip: When you are walking through the tunnel to enter the winery, you are walking through the old cow manure path. It’s terribly pretty lit up at Christmas; who knew?!
After the winery tour, enjoy a special premium wine tasting away from the crowds. Typically, those wines are only served at the wine bar.
For those of you craving more indulgent things to do at Biltmore Estate, we have just the tour recommendation for you…
Drink red wine with rich chocolate truffles on Biltmore’s Red Wine and Chocolate Tour.
As of 2022, for an extra $55 a person, enter a room near the clock tower that smells of delicious red wine.
Find four red wines paired with an array of chocolates from Asheville’s infamous French Broad Chocolate.
6. Enjoy A Special Exhibit
Another one of our favorite things to do at Biltmore includes checking out their special exhibits. Exhibits change seasonally, and some are free while others are not.
An example of a temporary Biltmore exhibit was the Downton Abbey period clothing show. Although we never watched Downton Abbey, we loved seeing the dresses, hats, and riding gear.
Around Christmas, you might catch a historic and outdoor train depot display outside of Cedric’s Tavern.
In 2021 through 2022 don’t miss Van Gogh Alive followed by “friends” like Monet and Da Vinci. This is part of the “immersive experience” that’s traveling across the globe.
We’ve been to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, but nothing beats seeing Van Gogh’s art swirl around you.
Enjoy a small timeline of artists’ lives paired with instrumental music and brilliant quotes.
7. Shop & Drink At Antler Hill Village
Don’t miss all of the things to do at Biltmore Estate surrounding the home, especially exploring Antler Hill Village.
We’ve purchased beautiful Christmas ornaments, wine, trinkets, specialty food items, and gifts at many of the Biltmore shops.
Asheville Local Tip: If you haven’t tried Roots Hummus, get some in the winery fridge; it’s a big deal here and it’s delicious.
8. Visit The Farmyard
If you are traveling around Asheville with kids, Biltmore has a farmyard near Antler Hill Village.
Say hello to the gorgeous draft horses, and watch chicks flourish under heating lamps. You’ll meet goats, chickens, ducks, roosters, and pigs.
The next few Biltmore activities are incredibly kid-friendly too.
9. Watch A Craft Demonstration
See how a broom is made or watch a Blacksmith at work around Antler Hill Barn. They also host woodworker demonstrations throughout the day.
10. Play At The Wooden Pisgah Playground
We are too big, but if you have littles, they’ll love this giant wooden playground and picnic area.
11. Hike Or Bike On One Of Biltmore’s Many Trails
If you are wondering what to do at Biltmore Estate besides eating and drinking, our top non-touristy Biltmore activities include walking and mountain biking on the property’s trails.
And, don’t miss Asheville’s biking trails, especially at Biltmore. Rent bikes from the Bike Barn if you don’t have your own.
Of course, some of these Biltmore activities are better based on the weather, but North Carolina has pretty mild seasons.
The Biltmore Estate trails are especially gorgeous in the fall.
Our Favorite Biltmore Hiking Trails:
- Westover Trails – If you head up the hill behind the Bike Barn, you’ll find all of the Westover Trails. Make sure to have a map. Although labeled, the trails are a little tricky to navigate at first. You’ll pass the Inn On Biltmore Estate from the Blue Trail, which is a 2.8-mile hike.
- Lagoon Trail – The 3-mile Lagoon Trail is both easy and beautiful. In the fall, you’ll encounter sunflowers, and of course, you’ll pass the stunning lagoon. Look up to see the Biltmore mansion on a hill.
- Deer Park Trail – We’ve taken the 2.5-mile Deer Park Trail up to the Biltmore House and gardens. Get a great side view of the Biltmore home.
Read more about all of the best hiking trails around AVL, including Craggy Gardens, Blue Ridge Parkway hikes, and the DuPont State Forest waterfalls.
12. Horseback Ride Around The Property
One of the Biltmore activities on our bucket list, we’d love to horseback ride Western-style down one of the Estate’s gorgeous trails.
We’ve visited the area where tours start, and the horses and barnyard across from Deerpark are stunning.
Biltmore offers horseback riding for all levels of experience and comfortability.
Take a guided tour with up to ten other guests. This is for guests aged 8+, and ticket prices start around $95+.
Or, purchase a private two-hour horseback riding tour starting around $220+ per guest.
Read more about Biltmore horseback riding and carriage tours.
13. Take A Quaint Carriage Ride
Visiting Biltmore Estate just got a lot more romantic.
Take a 30-minute, 12-person carriage ride with Biltmore’s Belgian draft horses. Or, enjoy a 1-hour, 6-person carriage ride along Biltmore House’s west façade.
If you are looking for the ultimate luxury, splurge for a private 90-minute carriage ride across the estate with loved ones.
Explore even more romantic things to do in Asheville including dinners out, workshops, spas, and the best sunset spots.
14. Learn How To Fish
Why not make your Biltmore Estate visit both fun and educational? Learn something new!
Adults and kids can fish (and learn to fish) with professional instructors at Biltmore.
Available seasonally, kids may fish in the lagoon with an instructor.
For ages 8+, Biltmore also offers a fly tying class — all materials are included.
Or, take a 2-hour introduction class to fly-fishing, half-day fly-fishing lessons, or full-day fly-flying wade trip. For the wade trip, you are required to have an NC fishing license, though.
15. Picnic Along The Lagoon
If you are visiting Biltmore Estate just for the grounds, we couldn’t recommend enough a walk and picnic.
Many locals will pack a picnic and chairs and sit along the lagoon or French Broad River.
Bring your own supplies or stock up on snacks around Antler Hill Village and Biltmore Winery. You could also grab subs off-site on your way to Biltmore at nearby Apollo Flame Bistro.
Read more about the best picnic areas around Asheville.
16. Kayak, Raft, Or Float Down The River
Another one of our bucket list things to do at Biltmore (or even in Asheville in general) is float down the river…when it’s not brown.
Rent a kayak or raft and head to the French Broad River. Choose between a single or tandem kayak for your own self-guided tour.
Biltmore also offers a guided raft trip where your hosts paddle for you. Sounds Vanderbilt-esque to us.
17. Stay Overnight On Property
Because we visited North Carolina once and immediately moved to Asheville, we have yet to stay on-property.
We actually would love to, though, as we’ve only heard good things.
On property, the Biltmore offers:
Village Hotel – This property is centrally located with moderate prices and spa access. This is the hotel you see next to the winery and Antler Hill Village. The Village Hotel also has a pool.
The Inn On Biltmore Estate – The Inn On Biltmore Estate is considered a luxury hotel, which also means that you will pay more. The Inn has the most conveniences including those requested mountain views. Each suite is named after one of George Vanderbilt’s friends or relatives.
Lastly, there is also the premier cottage if you are George Vanderbilt himself. Cough, cough…
18. Attend Candlelight Christmas Evenings
From early November to early January, the Biltmore mansion truly looks like Martha Stewart descended upon the rooms with a giant Christmas basket.
In fact, encounter 100 intricately decorated trees, 10,000 holiday ornaments, and 100,000 sparkling lights.
Visitors may tour the home in the daytime or purchase special Candlelight Christmas Evenings tickets.
During Biltmore’s Candlelight Christmas Evenings, watch the sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains before entering the dimly lit home filled with candles, ribbons, and Christmas trees.
Find many of the 65 fireplaces blazing. Harp and guitar players play live music in the common rooms.
There’s even a gingerbread Biltmore House replica hiding in the basement. Afterward, grab a special seasonal dinner with cocktails at one of Biltmore’s on-site restaurants.
Antler Hill Village also lights up, and usually, you can find a special exhibit around this time.
If you are visiting Biltmore Estate in December, be sure to check out our guide to spending the holidays in Asheville.
Biltmore Estate Visitor Information
Biltmore House Hours:
Biltmore hours change seasonally. You can find the Biltmore hours here. For a general idea, the house is usually open 9-5.
Biltmore Tickets & Parking:
Parking is included with admission. There are shuttles from the furthest lots.
Biltmore ticket prices vary greatly so please check for ticket information here. We highly recommend buying tickets in advance online.
General admission typically starts at around $76+. You may pay more for special exhibits, add-on tours, and events.
The complimentary wine tasting, the trails and gardens, shopping, and access to the grounds are included with your Biltmore house admission.
Biltmore Estate Address, Website & Phone Number:
Address: One Lodge Street, Asheville, NC 28803
Biltmore Website: https://www.biltmore.com/
Phone Number: (800) 411-3812
Where Else You Can Stay Near The Biltmore & In Asheville
When we first visited Asheville and then returned to look at houses as well as close on our home, we stayed at a few Asheville hotels. Our recs include:
Asheville, NC Hotels
Hotels and B&Bs tend to book up fast in Asheville, especially in the fall, spring, and around holidays. Make dinner reservations wherever you can, too. A few hotels to consider that either we, our friends, or others highly recommend include:
Near The Asheville Outlets/Biltmore
Hampton Inn And Suites Asheville Biltmore Area *Our second favorite pick. We stayed here before we moved.
DoubleTree By Hilton Biltmore/Asheville
Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville
The Omni Grove Park Inn *We frequently stop by the Grove Park Inn for sunsets, drinks, and food.
1900 Inn On Montford
Don’t miss our Top Asheville Hotel, Resort & B&B Picks Here.
More Things To Do Near Biltmore Estate
What are the best things to do around Biltmore?
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If you love Biltmore Winery, don’t miss the other wineries in and around Asheville, NC. pleb urban winery sits in the nearby River Arts District.
Uncover the 50+ best things to do in Asheville, including restaurants, breweries, Biltmore, hiking, waterfalls, and so much more. This guide will give you all of the ideas.
Save These Biltmore Activities For Later:
What are your favorite things to do at Biltmore? What other questions do you have before your Biltmore Estate visit?
Phew! Of course, we can name 100 other things to do at Biltmore Estate, but if you only have a day, these are our top 18 Biltmore activities for couples, solo travelers, and families.
What questions do you have about your upcoming Biltmore visit? Feel free to ask in the comments.
Also, please let us know what you love(d) and didn’t love doing while visiting Biltmore Estate in Asheville.
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Christine (pronouns: she/her) is the owner and lead writer of Uncorked Asheville. After falling in love with those gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains, Christine and her husband Tom decided to call Asheville, North Carolina home. When her pointy Italian nose isn’t stuck in a book, Christine is adopting all of the kitties, getting lost in the forest, and drinking an ESB. She has a BA in English and History from Smith College, her MLIS from USF-Tampa, and is a former U.S. Fulbright Scholar - Indonesia. Christine also owns The Uncorked Librarian LLC with books and movies to inspire travel.