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Wine Tastings for 4, 6, or 10 with Souvenir Wine Glasses at McIntyre's Winery & Berries

McIntyre's Winery & Berries

Bardstown

Sample fruit wines made from blueberries and blackberries handpicked on the family's farm

$14 $8

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Wine Tasting and Tour with Cheese Plate and Souvenir Glasses for Two, Four, or Six at WhiteMoon Winery (Up to 58% Off)

WhiteMoon Winery

Lebanon

Visitors sample six wines paired with cheese, tour the winery, and take home a souvenir wine glass

$20 $10

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Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six with Souvenir Glasses at Forest Edge Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Forest Edge Winery

Shepherdsville

Cozy winery with family-driven theme hosts tastings before sending guests home with souvenir signature glasses

$20 $12

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Wine Tasting Packages with Souvenir Glasses and Cheese for 2, 4, or Up to 10 (Up to 55% Off)

Brooks Hill Winery

Brooks

Sip on samples of estate wines and nosh on shared cheese plates before taking home souvenir wine glasses

$20 $12

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Cheese Platter, Souvenir Wineglasses, and Tasting for Two or Four at Wight-Meyer Vineyard & Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Wight-Meyer Vineyard & Winery

Shepherdsville

Bites of cheese intersperse with sips of varied award-winning wines, served in take-home glasses in the winery’s tasting room

$20 $12

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Wine Tasting with Cheese Tray for Two or Four at Scout Mountain Winery (Up to 42% Off)

Scout Mountain Winery

Harrison

Enjoy handcrafted wine such as blush, syrah, and chambourcin along with a cheese tray while taking in views of nature

$30 $19

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Wine-Tasting Package for Two or Four with Cheese Plate and Credits at Chateau de Pique Winery (Up to 56% Off)

Chateau de Pique Winery

Multiple Locations

Sip glasses of wine and snack on cheeses inside tasting rooms of local winery's two satellite locations

$40 $20

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When visitors walk between the 1853 Greek-revival mansion’s six solid-cut stone pillars, onto the portico, and through the heavy wood door, they might tour the rooms or learn to cook in its original kitchen. Originally founded by John Harding in 1807 for thoroughbred-horse breeding, the rolling grounds of Belle Meade Plantation now welcome seasonal tours and events ranging from book signings to art shows. Knowledgeable guides in period costumes lead tour groups through the building’s parlors and bedrooms and down a long central hallway to ascend the three floors via a circular cherry-wood staircase.

As groups wander the mansion and cross the grounds, guides divulge facts about famous visitors, such as President Cleveland and General Ulysses S. Grant, including the fact that they probably got scared of the dark just like normal people. During special tours, the staff demonstrates Southern cooking techniques and walks visitors through an herb garden or serves them lemonade or hot wassail with desserts. In an on-grounds winery, winemakers hold tastings of red and white varietals made from Tennessee grapes. Visitors can also clink wineglasses over Southern-style cuisine at the Harding House restaurant, located on the plantation grounds.

5025 Harding Pike
Nashville,
TN
US

The two-bedroom, newly renovated farmhouse at Blue Heron Vineyards safeguards guests in a rural, picturesque setting amid turn-of-the-century barns and vintage outbuildings. Guests have their choice of enjoying a homemade breakfast in the farmhouse, from the tree house-like deck of the winery, or lakeside while served by a wait staff of bullfrogs trained at L'Ambroisie in Paris. Spend an afternoon casually strolling through the vineyard grounds spread across a high bluff near the Ohio River, or visit the property's large Celtic cross, carved from natural stone over a 23-month period by local sculptor Greg Harris. Visitors calm their outdoors obsessions by fishing and canoeing at the nearby Deer Creek or exploring the Hoosier National Forest along scenic hiking and biking trails teeming with towering trees, wildlife, and ringleted porridge thieves.

5330 Blue Heron Ln
Cannelton,
IN
US

When Tommy and Debbie McIntyre moved into the family farm in 1987, they casually started making wine from wild berries on their land. But as the years went by, their love for winemaking grew and the amount of wild berries declined. So the pair decided to fill their farm with blueberry and blackberry vines so they could make their fruit wines in earnest. Today, they specialize in blueberry and blackberry wines, made from handpicked, sun-ripened fruits in a choice of dry or sweet vintages. To complement these, the McIntyres also offer a select number of wines made from other fruits, such as strawberries and elderberries. Customers who want to see how the wine is made up close can come for a tour or tasting, or simply pick berries for a family-friendly outing.

531 McIntyre Ln
Bardstown,
KY
US

With its lavender- and khaki-colored walls, cozy seating setups, and fireplace, Forest Edge Winery comes off more as a family's living room than a business. At the heart of its warm presentation sits a wrap-around bar, with pantries and shelves and cabinets nearby filled with, what else, but bottles of wine. That community-driven theme carries throughout the facility, including a downstairs children's room stocked with a television and creative activities. Outside, visitors venture in from the edge of the historic Bernheim Forest on Clermont Road–the start of Kentucky's bourbon trail.

1910 Clermont Road
Shepherdsville,
KY
US

Wight-Meyer Vineyard & Winery began producing wines in the late 1990s as Bullitt County's first commercial vineyard. In 2006, after initially plucking grapes from 2.5 acres of vines and squeezing them using telekinesis alone, Wight-Meyer’s founders converted their barn into a bustling wine production facility. The vineyard’s award-winning wines include a barrel-aged Kentucky norton and a rosé, some of which can be sipped during group tastings in the facility’s new tasting room.

340 Meyer Dr
Shepherdsville,
KY
US

Situated amidst 80 acres of rolling countryside, Chateau de Pique Winery hosts wine tastings inside a fully restored, 19th-century horse barn. Glasses swirl handcrafted wines such as bold, dry reds, Late Harvest Riesling, buttery Chardonel, and juicy Peach Bum. In warmer months, a 6,500-square-foot tent accommodates up to 350 guests during special events, and two satellite tasting rooms provide sips in Indianapolis and Clarksville year-round.

1305 Veterans Pkwy
Clarksville,
IN
US