In early 2007 the Stryker family bought the winery and have been proud owners of Chestnut Hill Winery ever since. Situated on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, 2000′ feet above sea level, the “Chestnut Hill Winery” is “The Place to Taste”. The winery has a fermentation capacity of over 23,000 gallons, making it one of the largest wineries in the state of Tennessee. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks and all wines produced are bottled on the premises. During a tour you will learn about the winemaking process, different types of wine, and how they’re bottled and stored. Feel free to ask the tour guide some questions. We want your visit to be enjoyable, memorable, and educational.
The best and most enjoyable way to shop for wine is to visit the winery in person. When you visit the Chestnut Hill Winery, be sure to have a taste of the wines. Why is it so important to “taste” the wine? Put simply, the more you think about the flavors, aroma, fruitiness, richness, texture and finish of wine, the more you will enjoy it. If a trip to the winery is not possible, you can order from our website. From the dry “Chardonnay” to the sweet “White Muscadine” you will find something for everyone’s palate. Stroll through the unique gift shop with wine related and Tennessee made items. With a large gift shop, tasting room and friendly staff, Chestnut Hill Winery is “The Place to Taste”.