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Great Valley Wine Trail

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And as you peruse our website and make plans to visit Tennessee Wine Country, we hope you pick-up on the “love of place” that the Great Valley Wine Trail team and member wineries have for our East Tennessee and Tennessee Wines.  It is a wonderful place to live and visit.  We welcome you with open arms to experience Our Tennessee. We encourage you to use a designated driver. Please drink responsibly.

Each of our trail wineries has a unique sense of place.  Your journey on the trail may start from Knoxville with a visit to The Winery at Seven Springs Farm located on the original Woods Farm, where the historic Andrew Jacker (AJ) Woods Distillery operated, and where Knoxville legend Edward “Eddie” Harvey is said to have gotten his start in the moonshining underworld.  On your way, don’t miss the stunning views at Spout Spring Estates Winery and Vineyard or the hospitality offered by Gene and Laura Poland at Goodwater Vineyards.   If your in Pigeon Forge, begin your journey at Hillside Winery where you can sample delicious Italian Style and Sparkling wines .

Explore East Tennessee and discover our Tennessee wines on the Great Valley Wine Trail.  Try our award winning wines made from Tennessee grown grapes that include Traminette, Chambourcin, Seyval, and Muscadine, to name a few.  If you have not experienced them yet, you are in for a treat. 

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Award winning Tennessee wines we know you will love.
The Nine Lakes region of East Tennessee is home to some of the states most awarded wines.
Vineyards  with a view found only in East Tennessee.
Several of our wineries have large estate vineyards; these winemakers think about growing a bottle of wine.
Each of our winemakers has unique style of wine.
A winemakers style defines the wines; each winery offers unique Tennessee wines.
Great Valley Wine Trail
9am - 8pm at most locations. Please call ahead!
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For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Great Valley Wine Trail directly.

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