As the leaves in Tennessee don their vibrant hues of red, orange, and gold, and the crisp autumn air settles in, there’s no better time to savor the beauty of the Volunteer State’s vineyards and wineries. November, often overshadowed by the summer harvest season, holds its own charm for wine enthusiasts. It’s a month when the vineyards may be quieter, the air a little crisper, and the landscapes resplendent with the rich colors of fall.
We invite you on a journey through some of Tennessee’s most inviting vineyards and wineries, perfect for a November visit. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or simply seeking a tranquil escape to enjoy nature’s beauty and a glass of fine wine, you’re in for a treat.
Vineyards and Wineries to see in Tennessee
If you love wine, then we have the perfect place for you to spend your day. Co-owned by Country Music artist Kix Brooks, Arrington Vineyards is located 25 miles south of Nashville, Tennessee. The 95 acre property includes 16 acres of vineyards, five tasting rooms, gorgeous views, shaded picnic areas, live music on weekends (April to November), and plenty of free parking.
After a tasting, you can also snag one of the twenty-two award-winning wines onsite for a Christmas gift! Whether it be a romantic date night or a fun family outing – come experience why we are known as “Nashville’s Wine Country”.
Also named 2022 New York International Wine Competition – Tennessee Winery of the Year.
Natchez Hills Vineyard
South of Nashville near the historic Natchez Trace lies Natchez Hills, a boutique family vineyard and winery. Here you will find old-world, handcrafted, small-batch wines made utilizing traditional winemaking techniques to ensure the grape’s truest expression. Enjoy a sampling from some of the wines in the tasting room and open a bottle on the patio to enjoy the fresh country air and scenic views.
Beachaven Vineyards & Winery
Located in Clarksville, Beachaven is one of the oldest wineries in Tennessee. They produce a wide range of wines and often host events and live music. All of the Beachaven wines you enjoy are made in Clarksville, Tennessee. With more than 25 wines on the menu, you have a wide selection to choose from. Ranging from staples like Chardonnay and Merlot to Golden Rose and Sparkling Jazz, you can take your pick.
Keg Springs Winery
Situated in Hampshire, Keg Springs Winery produces a variety of wines in a tranquil and picturesque setting. Tastings are free, and they offer hot mulled wine in the winter. You will really love the outdoor seating area!
Located in Crossville, Stonehaus Winery offers a rather wide selection of wines. If you are local, the name probably sounds familiar. That’s because Stonehaus Winery is Tennessee’s only winery with statewide distribution. These wines can be found at the winery, in liquor stores, and in grocery stores across the state. Look for favorites including Aaron Tippin’s signature wines!
The Winery at Seven Springs Farm
Found in Maynardville, this winery has a scenic setting with a focus on producing high-quality wines from locally grown grapes. Located in the rolling hills of Union County, The Winery at Seven Springs Farm is one of East Tennessee’s most popular winery and vineyard destinations. It is part of a 370-acre working family farm named for the seven artesian springs located on the property. Expect hillsides lined with vineyards, vegetable gardens, greenhouses and grazing Black Angus cattle. Open every day of the week for wine tastings!
Highland Manor Winery
Situated in Jamestown, this is Tennessee’s oldest winery. Each fall, the grapes are carefully hand picked for the wine. Jamestown is known as horse country, so it’s no surprise this is also a horse trailer and RV friendly winery. Go ahead and make it a weekend trip!
Other places of Note:
Amber Falls Winery & Cellars
Located in Hampshire, this winery offers a diverse range of wines in a stunning setting. Make it a weekend by staying at the Amber Falls Guest Cottage. Can’t make it to the winery? Stop in their tasting room within the Opry Mills Mall for a sample.
Sumner Crest Winery (More info)
Century Farm Winery (More info)
Mill Bridge Winery (More info)
Delmonaco Winery + Vineyards (More info)
When planning a visit to any of these vineyards or wineries, it’s a good idea to check their websites or contact them directly for the most up-to-date information on tastings, events, and offerings.
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