Wine Trails

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.

Rocky Top Wine Trail


The wine trail is located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains and it is comprised of five local wineries. The Rocky Top Wine Trail offers over 70 unique wines to try, which makes it a great option for those looking to make a day (or two) of wine tasting! The trail is 100% free to do. You simply start at any of the following wineries/distilleries where you can pick up a passport and then present your passport at each location to receive a stamp. Once you have visited three locations you will receive a free logo’d wine glass, and if you finish the trail and visit all five locations you will receive another free gift! Pro Tip: Don’t plan to do them all in one day, make it a few days of adventure! Stop and enjoy lunch in between and take your time sampling the many different options available at each location.

Great Valley Wine Trail


The Great Valley Wine Trail is a group of four wineries located in the beautiful East Tennessee area. Two are on working family farms. One is an estate vineyard. And the fourth is in bustling Sevierville, the heart of adventure fun. Along the way, you will experience our rich history and a variety of wine styles. Reserve about two to three days to enjoy our entire trail, and uncork the history of Tennessee wines!

Upper Cumberland Wine Trail


Explore the nine Wineries & Vineyards that the Upper Cumberland Wine Trail has to offer. Cellar 53 in Brush Creek, Chestnut Hill in Crossville, DelMonaco in Baxter, Highland Manor in Jamestown, Holly Ridge in Livingston, Northfield in Sparta, Paris Winery in Cookeville, Red Barn in Lafayette, Stonehaus in Crossville; all our wineries are small and family owned.

Follow the Upper Cumberland Wine Trail for a day tour or start planning your weekend of wine tasting. Pick up our Wine Trail Rack Card at any of the eight wineries or visitors centers and have card stamped at each winery you visit.

Once you have completed the trail and get your final stamp you’ll receive a special thank you gift. It matters not where you begin or where you end, good times abound all along the way!

Natchez Trace Wine Trail


Wine Country, California may be all the rage, but the Natchez Trace Wine Trail, off the famous Natchez Trace Parkway, is an experience of fresh air, beautiful views and unique wines. The four family-owned wineries that make up the trail are approximately an hour outside of Nashville. It’s a wine experience worth a day’s road trip. Follow along for a run-down of each stop, plus a spot for lunch, and then, plan your own Natchez Trace Wine Trail adventure. Please sip responsibly.

Foothills Wine & Cider Trail


Come join us on the Foothills Wine and Cider Trail through mountains of beautiful scenery. There are so many things to see and do on the trail that you are sure to enjoy. Take a walk on America’s longest swinging bridge or zip line over the river. There are award winning wines and ciders, festivals and gorgeous vineyards. Also there is always something for everyone in Pigeon Forge. Go and see the breathtaking Tuckaleechee Caverns or the Cherohala Skyway Scenic Byway. Don’t forget the things to do at the wineries and cideries like fun at Foxfire Mountain Adventure, listening to live music or sipping wine on the patio overlooking the river. You may want to schedule a couple of days for this great tour.

Wine Trail of West Tennessee


Discover a unique experience of community, history, and style of
winemaking that can only be found in West Tennessee. Each winery is family owned and dedicated to providing the best wines and experiences you will always remember. We look forward to seeing you on the trail.