Wine Trails

Sign pointing to wineries

Wine Trails are a fun way to explore Tennessee Wineries!

Wine Trails are formed when several wineries get together and encourage visitors to visit each other.  These wineries are usually close together, making it possible to cover the entire wine trail in a day or two.  Frequently, the Wine Trail members stamp your "passport" at each winery.  Completing a visit to all the wineries in the Wine Trail may earn you a gift from the last winery visited.

Visit the wineries in any order you like.  Obtain the passport at the first winery you visit.

Rocky Top Wine Trail
Smoky Mountain area
(East Tennessee)
Consists of five wineries:
Mountain Valley Winery
Hillside Winery
Apple Barn Winery
Mill Bridge Winery
Sugarland Cellars
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Natchez Trace Wine Trail
The area south of I-40 between Jackson, Columbia and Nashville
(Middle Tennessee)
Consists of three wineries:
Amber Falls Winery
Grinders Switch Winery
Keg Springs Winery
Natchez Hills Vineyard
Web Site:


Upper Cumberland Wine Trail
The area north of I-40 between Jamestown, Crossville, Cookeville and Lafayette.
(Middle Tennessee)
DelMonaco Winery
Red Barn Winery
Holly Ridge Winery
Highland Manor Winery
Stonehaus Winery
Chestnut Hill Winery [not a TFWA member]
Web Site: 


Wine Trail of West Tennessee
The area between Jackson and Memphis.
(West Tennessee)
Old Millington Vineyard & Winery
Delta Blues Winery
de terra Winery & Vineyard
Century Farm Winery
White Squirrel Winery
Crown Winery
Paris Winery


Great Valley Wine Trail
From Thunder Road in Maynardville to Copperhead Road in Butler, Tennessee
(East Tennessee)
Eagle Springs Winery
Goodwater Vineyard and Winery
Spout Spring Estates Vineyard and Winery
The Winery at Seven Springs Farm
Watauga Lake Winery
Web Site:


High Country Wine Trail
TN Appalachian High Country area into NW North Carolina
(East Tennessee)
Watauga Lake Winery
Grandfather Vineyard & Winery
Banner Elk Winery
Linville Falls Winery




Enjoy Tennessee's Wine Trails!