South Central Tennessee Tourism - Wineries
South Central Tennessee has some of the best wine in Tennessee. We have a new South Central Tennessee Wine and Spirits Trail. We begin in Manchester at Beans Creek Winery,www.beanscreekwinery.com. Then George Dickel Distillery is in Tullahoma, www.dickel.com. Next, Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, www.jackdaniels.com. Prichard's Distillery, www.prichardsdistillery.com. Then we have our newest winery Pickers Creek Winery in Lewisburg, www.pickerscreekwinery.com. Then another new winery is Lexington Vineyard in Lynnville, www.lexingtonvineyard.com. In Hampshire, TN we have 3 wineries close together first is Natchez Hills Vineyard, www.natchezhills.com then Keg Springs Winery, www.kegsprings.com and Amber Falls Winery & Cellar, www.amberfallswinery.com. Next we have in Centerville, TN Grinder's Switch Winery, www.gswinery.com. We do hope you come out and enjoy the Free samples of the great wines and stay awhile sitting on the deck or porch enjoying the beautiful scenery. Most weekends we have live music for your entertainment too. Check out each of their websites for a listing of their events.
Picker's Creek Winery is located at 1986 New Columbia Highway, Lewisburg, TN Open Fridays from 11 am - 6 pm; Saturdays (Live Music) 11 am - 9 pm; Saturdays (no live music) 11 am - 6 pm and Sundays 12 noon - 5 pm.
Their vision for Picker's Creek Winery was to combine elements of things that make life more enjoyable - great music, art and wine. They built a venue for tasting delicious wines while showcasing Lydia's mosaics and paintings along with paintings by Phil's sister. Phil's brother, Kenneth, who also lives on the original homeplace, is the vineyard manager, music director, and a vital part of every-day activities at the winery. Kenneth is also a "picker" and I am sure on any given night you can hear him pick a few songs.
Picker's Creek allows you the opportunity to listen to plenty of great live music while sampling wines produced from Cabernet Sauvignon, Chambourcin, Muscadine, and other grapes that flourish in the Tennessee climate. Come sit on the wide porches or under the trees or by the bonfire and sip on your favorite wines. We look forward to seeing you soon.