Wineries

 

Wineries

Hours shown on this website may vary somewhat by season.
Individual wineries may close due to local conditions, family emergencies, etc.
Before driving long distances, please phone the winery to verify they are open.


We are proud to have 40 wineries that belong to the
Tennessee Farm Winegrowers Alliance!

 

West Tennessee

1. Old Millington Vineyard & Winery, Millington

2. Delta Blues Winery, Lakeland

3. Paris Winery, Paris

4. Century Farm Winery, Jackson

5. Crown Winery, Humboldt

 

 

Middle Tennessee

6. Grinder's Switch Winery, Centerville

7. Beachaven Vineyards & Winery, Clarksville

8. Chateau Ross Vineyard & Winery, Springfield

9. Long Hollow Winery, Goodlettsville

10. Sumner Crest Winery, Portland

11. Red Barn Winery & Vineyards, Lafayette

12.  Beans Creek Winery, Manchester

13. The Winery at Belle Meade Plantation

14. Arrington Vineyards, Arrington

15. Pickers Creek Winery, Lewisburg

16. MNM Farm Winery & Vineyard, Ethridge   Farm Winery

17  Keg Springs Winery, Hampshire

18. Amber Falls Winery & Cellars, Hampshire

19. Natchez Hills Vineyard, Hampshire, Tennessee

20. Holly Ridge Winery and Vineyard, Livingston

21. Highland Manor Winery, Jamestown

22. DelMonaco Winery, Baxter

23. Stonehaus Winery, Inc., Crossville

24. Chestnut Hill Winery, Crossville

 

 

East Tennessee

25. DeBarge Vineyards & Winery, Chattanooga 

26. Tennessee Mountainview Winery, Charleston

27. Tsali Notch Cellar, Madisonville   Farm Winery*

28. Tennessee Valley Winery, Loudon

29. Blue Slip Winery, Knoxville

30. Spout Spring Estates Vineyard, Blaine Farm Winery*

31.  Eagle Springs Winery, Kodak

32. Hillside Winery, Sevierville

33. Apple Barn Winery, Sevierville

34. Mountain Valley Winery, Pigeon Forge

35. Sugarland Cellars, Gatlinburg

36. Cades Cove Cellars, Townsend

37. The Grape Barn at Nolichucky Vineyard, Russellville Tennessee  Farm Winery*

38. Goodwater Winery, Bybee

39. Countryside Vineyards & Winery, Blountville

40. Corey Ippolito Winery, Blountville

 

*Per Tennessee law, a Farm Winery can offer tastings and sales of wine that is produced using 95% or more of their own fruit. 
Farm Wineries, however, do not bottle their own wine; they contract with a regular winery in Tennessee to make and bottle the wine.  Some states, such as New York, refer to farm wineries as "Estate Wineries."

 

 

 

Wineries in Tennessee that are not TFWA members:

Chestnut Hill Winery (Cumberland County)
Moss Winery (Clay County)
Smoky Mountain Winery (Sevier County)
Shady Grove Meadery (Anderson County)
Striker's Premium Winery (McMinn County)
Old Medina Winery (Madison County)
Clinch Mountain Winery (Grainger County)
Ocoee Winery (Bradley County)
Savannah Oaks (Polk County)
Bootlegger's (Sevier County)
Rocky Top Organic (Blount County)
Cedar Ridge Winery (Henry County)