Southern Middle Tennessee Winery Tour
Those who are kind to the vine will love the harvest of grapes we grow here in Tennessee. The mountain elevation on one end of the state differs from the Mississippi River's coastal plains, where the swamp land grows. Tennessee is roughly on the same latitude line as southern Italy, making our grapes relatively the same in light exposure. The Cumberland Plateau is known for having great vines and excellent wines. We feature them on this page, along with others you may want to add to your itinerary. The button below takes you to the Tennessee Winery Trail, where you can see over 30 wineries!
Most Amish and Mennonite communities do not allow alcohol for consumption, but certain groups may make spirits for tinctures and medical uses. These wineries are meant to be points of interest along the way.
MNM Winery in Ethridge TN
Unfortunately our Ethridge winery is no longer a winery but is now a pick-your-own berries place when they have wild crops. They showed us how to gather fruit, trim vines, and differentiate between harvesting good and ripe fruits for winemaking. Due to the age of the owners, they have let their vines go, which saddens us. We want to dedicate this page to those at MNM Winery who showed people from all over, the art and joy of winemaking and those who now choose to continue making wines for people to drink and enjoy. Thank You!
Big Creek Winery
This is one of the closest wineries to us here in Ethridge and one of the best wineries for multiple types of wines. From the sweet wines preferred by those beginning to enjoy wines to the dry wines desired by long-time wine drinkers. They also have other fruit wines like cherry and peach that are very good. Be sure to try their Davy Crockett - port style cherry wine, giddy up - apple wine, or click on the end of this sentence for a complete wine list! One of the best attributes of this winery is that they do tours and tasting 7 days a week! It is easy to get to as it is right off the Highway 64 Bypass, so be sure to add them to your winery list!
Click the button below where you can go straight to the Big Creek Winery website to get more information before you go on your trip!
Amber Falls Winery
You are on top of the world at Amber Falls Winery and Cellars in Hampshire, Tennessee! The road is even named Ridgetop, as you are literally on top of a ridge surrounded by the vines that take in the sun as it goes across the sky! The owners bought the property in 2003 and had other plans, but today you can walk the rows of vines and sample the wines in the tasting rooms! You can even stay the night and walk the vineyard in the moonlight at their cottage. It currently rents for $100 a night or $150 for two nights. See all the information for your next wine tasting in the link below!
Click the button below where you can go straight to the Amber Falls Winery website to get more information before you go on your trip!
Keg Springs Winery
About 5 miles down the road from Amber Falls is Keg Springs Winery. It is even more remote, and the tasting room has an elevated area to sit and watch the scene of country living from the Keg Springs porch. Having these 3 Hampshire wineries so close together is good for visitors to travel to each one during your day out. Live music is played during the warmer season from April to October. Keg Springs is the closest winery to the Natchez Trace Parkway in our area for those traveling the parkway. See the button link below to see their website!
Click button below to go straight to the Keg Springs Winery website to get more information before you go on your trip!
Natchez Hills Vineyard and Winery
Fall and winter hours are adjusted at Natchez Hills Vineyard and Winery. Make sure they will be open on the day of your visit. Events can also reduce the tasting times at the vineyard, so keep up to date by checking their Facebook page. They have tasting rooms in the Hermitage and the Farmers Market in Nashville, which you can see on their website by clicking the button below.
Click the button below to go straight to the Natchez Hills Vineyard website to get more information before you go on your trip!
Just around the corner from Puckett's Restaurant on the Columbia, Tennessee square is the tasting room of the Vintage Winery. This is their new or temporary location after moving from their other location. The Farmstead Market is a great collective store featuring outstanding product makers. The place is sure to be on your itinerary of things to see while in Columbia and a great place to stop while visiting President James K. Polk's home. Anyone visiting our Amish website should take a trip to the Farmstead Community Market.
Click the button below where you can go straight to the Farmstead Market Winery website for more information before you go on your trip!
Beans Creek Winery
This is one of the best-known wineries in all of Tennessee because you turn beside it to go to the Bonnaroo Music Festival. Just off Interstate 24 is the winery where you can taste and sample the wines made by a different Josh Brown than the one here at The Amish of Ethridge. The master winemaker behind Beans Creek Winery passed away in 2016, and now his son Josh is making wine the way his father taught him. Many of the local grapes are used in their award-winning wines. They are open 7 days a week for tastings and tours with a chance you will hear live music, so plan a trip here the next time you are in the area!
Click the button below where you can go straight to the Beans Creek Winery website to get more information before you go on your trip!
Oh my, you must come here if you are a fan of wines and spirits. This place is a two-for-one special, as the winery and Lynchburg Distillery are in the same place! A door and bar separate the two places, and you can taste and tour both. They are open 7 days a week and located on the Lynchburg square. They have great wines that are very affordable in a neat room covered in wood! Add this winery to your list, as it is also just a minute's walk from the Jack Daniels Distillery, so add it to your must-see list!
Click the button below to go straight to the Lynchburg Winery website for more information before starting out on your trip!
Chestnut Hill Winery
Right off Interstate 40 and just down from the Buc-ee’s gas station is Exit 322. This is where we tell our Amish Trail visitors to stay in hotels and where you will find the Chestnut Hill Winery! This place is fantastic, and they have most wines you would want in a tasting and tour that runs an hour long. They even have a chocolate-covered cherry wine you do not see at other wineries. The Brass Lantern Restaurant is delicious and makes for a great combination of food and wine when you visit each place!
Click the button below to go straight to the Chestnut Hill Winery website for more information before setting out on your trip!
Big Creek Winery Wartrace, TN
Right in the bend of the road in downtown Wartrace, Tennessee, is the second location for Big Creek Winery. They are just walking distance from the Tennessee Walking Horse National Museum, which would pair well as a point of interest with their wines. These wines are made with their own Tennessee-grown grapes and winery processing. The tasting room would love to treat you to their finest selection, and they are open 7 days a week! See the button link below for days and hours of operation!
Click the button below to go straight to the Big Creek Winery Wartrace website for more information before setting out on your trip!
Across the interstate from the Crossville Buc-ee's is the only Tennessee winery with statewide distribution, so you should be able to find your favorite bottle nearby, or order it online! This winery is exciting, and they have a variety of wines, so we are sure you should be able to find something you like. Stonehaus is one of the best wineries you can visit in Tennessee, and our Amish Trail takes you into Crossville as a place to stay!
Click the button below to go to the Stonehaus Winery website for more information before you go on your trip!
We have a Tennessee Amish Map webpage where we show the state of Tennessee with Amish communities and the hotel areas on one page! There are 4 sections we use to explain each Amish Trail and how they flow into one another. You can add points of interest along the way to complete your perfect itinerary! Click the button below and make plans to go on an Amish Adventure this year!
Other Great Southern TN Points of Interest
Tennessee is home to some of the best whiskeys, brews, and wines in the country. The Amish are not usually permitted to drink but do make tinctures for medication and can supply fruits to make ingredients to makers. The heritage and methods of these makers are sure to be a place you will want to see.
Tennessee Whiskey is nationally known in Eastern Tennessee as the best when it comes to a stiff drink. Distilleries on the Tennessee Whiskey Tour are sure to help lift your spirits! Most of them have tours and tasting rooms to sample their whiskey!
Tennessee Breweries need good clean water in Eastern Tennessee. These breweries can hop you up on their local ingredients. The Brewer Tour is sure to please any person who loves a good beer that is made by the best breweries in Tennessee!
Tennessee wineries are some of the best in the nation. The atmosphere and geography makes for a diverse growing environment for the grapes across Tennessee. Here are the best wineries to offer the visitor who knows their nose for a great wine.
Tennessee BBQ Tour
The state of Tennessee spans the flavors of Memphis to the Carolinas as our bbq incorporates our whiskeys barrels and guitar strings into a whisk to mix country charm into our bold personality.
Nashville Studio Tour
Nashville Tennessee is known as music city and it is the only one of its kind in the country. Why would so many publishing houses and entertainment companies move their headquarters to music row or the newer Berry Hill community if there were other places to go? It is because Nashville Tennessee is the capital when it come to music production. Country is still king here but there are rap, hip hop, heavy metal and other genre studios that are just as well known as their country counterparts. Many of these studios do not have a tour and will not let you in their building so we don't suggest making a scene so we feature the studios that have a tour or other way to see the inside of the studio. We will show other studios just so you can see the building from the outside. Just like when tour bus groups take a bus tour to see the home of the rich and famous!
See the button link below where you can go straight to our Nashville Studio Tour webpage to get more information before you go on your trip!
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