1. Cades Cove Cellars, Townsend
Cades Cove Cellars is located in Townsend at the base of the Smoky Mountains. The winery has 16 wines visitors can try, and while you sip, you can watch it being made.
2. Stonehaus Winery, Crossville
Stonehaus Winery in Crossville is Tennessee’s only winery with statewide distribution. The red, white and blush wines they produce can be sampled at the winery.
3. Blue Goose Farm and Vineyards, Maryville
Blue Goose outside of Maryville grows several varieties of muscadines, as well as berries and apple trees. The vineyard has a beautiful view of the Great Smoky Mountains, perfect for hosting events and weddings. The winery provides tastings and sales of its handcrafted products.
4. The Winery at Seven Springs Farm, Maynardville
Situated on historic “Thunder Road” outside Maynardville, The Winery at Seven Springs Farm offers a large selection of wines, both dry and sweet. The timber frame facility and walnut slab tasting bar offers a unique venue for weekend outings or daytrips.
5. Tsali Notch Vineyards, Madisonville
Surrounded by majestic mountain views outside Madisonville, Tsali Notch is a vineyard and tasting room specializing in wines and products from the Muscadine, “America’s wild grape,” indigenous to the Southeastern U.S.