Holly Ridge Winery and Vineyard

Holly Ridge Winery and Vineyard

Curtis Wallin
486 O'Neal Road
Livingston, TN 38570
Phone: (931) 823-8375
E-mail: hollyrdgwine@twlakes.net

 

GPS Coordinates:

36.37419, -85.38557

 

Web Site:

www.hollyridgewinery.com

 

Region:

Middle Tennessee

 

Time Zone:

Central

 

Hours:

Summer Hours
Mon through Sat: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Sun: Closed

Winter Hours
Mon through Sat: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Sun: Closed
Closed Christmas Day.

 

Credit Cards:

Visa, MasterCard

 

Description:

Holly Ridge Winery is a family-owned and operated winery located in Livingston, Tennessee.  Since 1998, Holly Ridge Winery has been producing award-winning wines made from grapes grown in sloping vineyards surrounding the winery. 

Much emphasis is placed on viticulture at the winery as we want to use only the highest quality grapes for our wines.  Currently, we grow 14 different cultivars ranging from French hybrid varieties of Chambourcin and Seyval Blanc to American standards such as Concord and Niagara.

Holly Ridge Winery has rooms suitable for weddings, reunions, parties and other meetings.

Our Annual Grape Stompin' Festival is held the Saturday before Labor Day from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  The Stomping begins at 5:30 p.m.  Bring your lawn chairs.

 

Wines:

Here at Holly Ridge, we focus on the production of fine wines using eastern wine grapes.  We now offer a selection of over 30 wines ranging from dry dinner wines to sweet dessert wines.  It is our goal to have wines to please every palate.

Dry Red Wines
Cabernet Sauvignon
Cynthiana
Merlot
Syrah

 

Semi-Sweet Red Wines
Hogeye Red

 

Sweet Red Wines
Concord
Red Muscadine

 

Blush Wines
Catawba
September Blush

 

Port
Muscadine Port
Ruby Port
 

 

Champagne
American Champagne
Muscadine Champagne
 




Dry White Wines
Cayuga White
Chardonnay
Seyval
Vidal




Semi-Sweet White Wines
Gewurztraminer
Riesling
Sonata
Traminette

 

Sweet White Wines
Niagara
White Muscadine



Fruit Wines
Black Velvet (blackberry)
Crescendo (raspberry)
Gator Hater (orange flavor)
Peachy Keen (peach)
Rhubarb (rhubarb)
Tango (blueberry)

 

Other Points of Interest Nearby:

Dale Hollow Lake, Cordell Hull Birthplace, Standing Stone State Park, Sgt. Alvin C. York Grist Mill, Burgess Falls, Golden Mountain State Park, Cumberland County Playhouse, and Tennessee Technological University.

 

Directions:

Take exit 288 from I-40.  Follow TN111 north for 22 miles from Cookeville towards Livingston. Turn left on Highway 85 West.  Go 2.4 miles. Turn left on Campground Road.  Go 0.7 miles. Turn left on O’Neal.  The winery is on the left at the second driveway.