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We are an operating Winery, we offer free tastings to everyone over the age of 21. You must have an ID to purchase and taste our wines and we do ID everyone! Starting in April through October we have free music on our deck on the 2nd and 4th...more
Everyone is so friendly! The tasting area is nice, but even better is the large deck. They have a nice variety of wine, and it is affordable. It's kind of in the middle of nowhere...but that's a plus for me!!!
You will likely be wondering if you are on the correct road as you approach this place. It is not a large facility. Surprisingly pleasant visit. My wife and I were invited to taste the full list of offerings. Efficient, delightful and capable lady led...More
My wife and I were on the wine trail 0n 29 May 2016. Our third stop was at the Keg Springs winery. When we arrived the tasting room was busy and we were told it would be just a few minutes before we could began...More
This is located out in the country and in the mountains. Very scenic drive next to many creeks and farms. Usually make a trip here once a year in late February, early Spring. The wines are great! I usually purchase the "Crusade" and "Red Muscadine"...More
This was our first stop on the Natchez Trace wine trail, and we enjoyed tasting their wine selection. With one of the longer wine lists, there's sure to be something for everyone! There were 2 ladies behind the bar, both knowledgeable and friendly. Can't wait...More
Great people great wine! You have 3 wineries in Hampshire, Tn. All 3 are great places to visit! On the wine trail you have to go to Centerville, Tn to Grinders Switch Winery. These are 4 wineries on this trail!
Last stop on the wine trail. Great selection of wines from dry reds to the sweet fruit wines. The ladies behind the bar were very friendly and knowledgeable, describing the wines, which grapes or fruits were used, how to pair each wine with meats. Not...More