Tsali Notch Vineyard

Tsali Notch Estate Vineyards
Tsali Notch Cellar Farm Winery

JD Dalton
140 Harrison Road.
Madisonville, TN 37354
Phone: (423) 506-9895
E-mail: tsalinotchjd@gmail.com 

 

GPS Coordinates:

35.51371, -84.43867

Web Site:

www.tsalinotch.com

 

Region:

East Tennessee

 

Time Zone:

Eastern

 

Hours:

Off-season Hours: Saturdays & Sundays from 12 noon til 5 p.m.
September and October Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Private tours and other hours by appointment.

 

Description:

We now have wine available made from our fruit. Come visit us at Tsali Notch Cellar!

Nestled amidst majestic mountain views and lush greenery in Madisonville, Tennessee, Tsali Notch is a vineyard specializing in Muscadine grapes, which are indigenous to the Southeastern United States. Tsali Notch Vineyards, previously Halo Notch, began producing in September 2004 and is the largest commercial vineyard in Tennessee. We are located in Monroe County, approximately 8 miles off of Interstate 75, in the Cherokee Overhill Heritage Area. The vineyard covers over 35 acres of the 203-acre estate and has over 21 miles of producing vines. The property has an average elevation of 1,150 feet boasting sweeping views of the mountains within the Cherokee National Forest and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Of its 5,450 vines Tsali Notch grows five varieties of muscadines, which include:

Noble-Dark
Carlos-Bronze
Doreen-Bronze
Magnolia-Bronze
Sterling-Bronze

We provide fruit to commercial wineries as well as home wine makers.

 

Wines:


Our sweet white and sweet red Muscadine wines are made from grapes grown in our vineyards.
We now have a new wine, Dry Red Muscadine, also made from grapes grown in our vineyards.

 

Other Points of Interest:

The National Muscadine Festival is held every September: http://www.nationalmuscadinefestival.com.
The Lost Sea is America's largest underground lake.  Tours of the caverns and boat rides on the lake are available: http://www.thelostsea.com.
Other area attractions are listed here: http://www.sweetwatertn.net/attractions

 

Directions:

From I-75, take exit 60 (TN-68).

Turn toward Sweetwater/Spring City.  Go approximately 8 miles.

Turn right onto Pumpkin Hollow Road.  Go approximately 1.4 miles.

Turn right onto County Road 401. Go approximately 0.5 miles. Winery will be on the right.