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October 9, 2006
Though small in size, the winery offers a large variety of wines for every taste and budget. From a dry Cabernet Sauvigon to a semi-dry variety named after music such as Melody, Jazz, and Harmony to semi-sweet Cumberland White to Barrister's Red (a wonderful red muscadine wine named after a judge). Prices range from $9 to $30 per bottle. The winery also bottles wine under military labels in honor of the 101st Airbourne Division located at nearby Fort Campbell, KY.
The staff was extremely friendly and very knowledgeable about their wines. The tasting bar is towards the back and can accommodate about 20 people at a time. It was not very crowded while we were there, and as I said, the staff was just great. The winery store also offers a wine accessories such as corkscrews, bottle stoppers (even some in a Christmas theme), wine chillers, candles, aprons, jams, jellies, cheeses, breads, and more, all at fairly reasonable prices.
I generally enjoy sweeter wines, and this was no exception, with the Cumberland White and Golden Rose being my favorites. Now, if we could just get Tennessee to change its laws about delivering wine!
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