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Owners Neil and Rachel bought a beautiful 30 acre farm near Versailles, Kentucky in Woodford County in 1997 and began planting grapes, berries, apples, and peaches in 1998. They named the farm Wildside Farm because of the wild sunflowers and...more
Knowing that Kentucky is not known for its wine, we thought we would deviate from the bourbon trail. We meet the "wine maker". Nice guy, but did not seem to have true training on the art of wine making. Now I am not...More
If you like to try different wines without commiting to buying the bottle, this is your place! The wines are delicious and they have something for everyone. You can purchase a cheese tray or you can bring your own food! It’s a really neat atmosphere.
Wildside winery has a great groupon where a couple can share a 8 drink flight and each get a class to take home. The owner was amazing and talked us through all the different wine selections. Their fruit wine is delicious
We stop by Wildside winery on your yearly visit to the area. This year I had an awesome Groupon deal, but deal or not you can’t go wrong at this winery. My husband doesn’t drink wine but they do have beer & my daughter can...More
Had never heard of the winery until we were trading in a Groupon because the one we had the restaurant was closed. This winery was one of the options, was glad it was. We love going to the different Kentucky Wineries- they are popping up...More
We were impressed that we got to taste 8 wines and there were so many to choose from. There were dry wines and sweet and fruity wines, so my husband and I had many of our favorites to select from and some, like pawpaw, that...More
Got done with a business meeting and wanted to kill time before dinner. Found these folks and spent an hour hanging out. Tasted so many good wines! I live in Washington and can't believe how great of a job they do in Kentucky!