David Armstrong and Aaron Sizemore never imagined that a casual conversation would lead them to start making wine in the urban jungle of High Point showrooms and burgeoning social district at the aptly named, Nomad Wine Works.
Nomad produces several varieties of wine, but one specialty flavor for Aaron is their signature mead. Aaron describes it as “honey wine,” called wine because it is fruit and sugar-based. Once the honey is fermented in a beverage some of the original sweet and distinct flavors are still present. Their biggest producer is in Hawaii so a bit of island flavor will be in each glass.
And from the high ceilings, to the natural light, to the vibrant artwork, to the outdoor patio with wrought iron works – the space allows guests to enjoy the city life in the growing, bustling social district of downtown High Point. The space can even be rented for private events.
(Photos courtesy of High Point Discovered and Traci Lester)