Century Farm Winery

Century Farm Winery

1548 Lower Brownsville Rd.
Jackson, TN.38301
Phone: (731) 424-7437
Fax (731) 423-4748

 

GPS Coordinates:

35.63924, -88.98009

 

Web Site:

www.CenturyFarmWinery.com

 

Region:

West Tennessee

 

Time Zone:

Central

 

Hours:

Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Note: Winery closes at 5 p.m. each day during January, February, March and April.

We are closed New Years, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

 

Our Story:

Our winery is family owned and operated.  It is located in West Tennessee on a working farm that has been in our family for over 150 years and  is recognized as a Tennessee Century Farm.   For years we have been making wines as a hobby for our family and friends. It is now our pleasure to share them with you. We hope you will enjoy this unique miracle from nature.   Tour our winery and vineyard, taste our selection of handcrafted wines, and enjoy our tranquil country lifestyle.  -- Carl & Jo O'Cain

 

Wines:

Dry

Chardonel - A hybrid between Seyval and Chardonnay; medium bodied, crisp acidity, and fruity taste.

Norton - Of the Native American variety; medium bodied, oaked, with a rich color and dry character.

Chambourcin - Gold medal winner at Wines of the South and Indy International Wine competitions; medium bodied, American hybrid with cherry tone finish, and aromas of bright red fruits.

Poverty Point Red - Named after our farm's nickname; a blend of Cabernet Sauvigon from Washington's Columbia Valley and our Chambourcin, a smooth sipping wine.

Noiret - Grown right here in West Tennessee; medium bodied, dry character, aged on oak with tones of roasted green and red peppers, aromas of raspberry and mint.

Corot Noir - New wine grape released by Cornell University.  The wine is similar to a Pinot Noir and pairs well with Salmon or seafood pasta dishes.

 

Semi-Sweet

Cayuga White - A smooth, dry, fruity sipping wine; much like a Pinot Grigio.

Traminette - Winner of the Best of Tennessee Fruit - the William O Beach Award; an American-French hybrid with complex, layered fruity flavor of liche and a refreshing spicy finish.

Madison Muscat - Coming from one of the oldest known grapes, the Muscat wine is also known as Moscato in Italy; very aromatic and full of flavor such as dried fruits, raisins, oranges, spices, and honey.

Irish Rose - A delicious blush blend made up of Cayuga White and Corot Noir.

 

Sweet and Fruit

Red Muscadine - A southern favorite; a light red wine made from the black muscadine grape.

Muscadine - Another southern favorite; this wine is made from the bronze muscadine grape and has a unique, spicy, perfume-like aroma and flavor.

Heritage Red - Produced from the Concord grape; light, fruity, and very fragrant.

Blackberry - Well-balanced dessert wine made from estate grown blackberries.

Peach Lady - A delicate and sweet sipping wine; smooth, light body that reminds you of a summer day.

Cranberry - 100% natural cranberries, the wine is well balanced with just enough sweetness to offset the acidity.  Great wine for Thanksgiving!

 

INTRODUCING OUR LATEST RELEASES

La Fin - is a Port or Dessert style wine which has been oak barrel aged for two and one half years and then fortified to 20% alcohol and sweetened just enough to please the most discerning pallet.

Sugar Plum - A very fruity well balanced wine with just the right amount of acidity that makes it a refreshing wine that pairs well with chicken and seafood dishes.

 

Other Points of Interest:

Casey Jones Village and Railroad Museum.
Britton Lane Civil War Battlefield.
Antique Malls.
Bed & Breakfasts.
Cypress Grove Nature Park
International Rock-a-Billy Hall of Fame
Frog Jump Cotton Museum.
Brownsville Hatchie River Welcome Center.

 

Directions:

Located just 8 miles west of Jackson, TN.  From I-40 at exit #74 go North (through the tunnel of trees) on Lower Brownsville Road 1.8 miles.

 


 


Opening Ribbon Cutting

Floral Gardens

Our Wine Selections

Traminette - O how sweet it is!

The Blackberry Patch