Wine Tasting in Mayfield


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  • Cobden
    StarView Vineyards is home to both native and French-American hybrid grapes that flourish on the vine during breezy, sunny summers. Seven varieties emerge from those vines, resulting in 12 signature wines, from the semi-dry, citrusy vignoles to the Red Star, a semi-sweet chambourcin. Stop by the tasting room to sip samples of these blends?along with wine slushies and sangrias?or head to the cafe to snack on grilled chicken sandwiches and pasta salad.
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    5100 Wing Hill Rd
    Cobden, IL US
  • Crown Winery LLC
    Glints of sunshine and rich West Tennessee soil nurture more than Crown Winery's lush vines; solar energy powers the vintners' Tuscan-style villa and headquarters, which is built into a hillside to reap the earth's natural cooling capabilities. Principal co-owners Peter and Rita Howard—a descendant of father of meteorology Sir Luke Howard, and a member of the National Baton Twirling Association Hall of Fame, respectively—bottle a dozen wines every year. Whites, such as the citrusy cayuga, may evoke memories of summertime fruit salads and fragrant floral bouquets sprouted from Chia Pet experiments. The winery's roster of reds includes the medium-bodied chambourcin, served at room temperature to liberate its berry-laced tang, and the royal red, a savory mishmash of norton grapes and estate-grown noiret. Winery tours invite guests to gambol along the vines and learn about the winemaking process. The idyllic 50-acre setting is also a popular spot for weddings, particularly in the Queen's Pavilion, with oak beams and sweeping vineyard views, orchestrated by Crown Winery's designated wedding coordinator.
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    3638 East Mitchell St/Hwy East 152
    Humboldt, TN US
  • Century Farm Winery
    Century Farm orchestrates a bright spectrum of dry wines, semisweet wines, and fruit wines in a charming country shop surrounded by acres of shady arbors and southern grape vines. Only 4.5 years old, the blossoming winery proved its mettle at the 2011 Wines of the South Competition by collecting three awards—the Best of Tennessee Fruit–William O. Beach Award for its 2009 vintage traminette; a silver medal for its 2009 Norton; and a bronze for its 2009 red muscadine. While guests peruse bottles, a complimentary tasting introduces palates to the subtle notes and intricacies of varieties such as the dry, oaked 2010 Norton ($12.95) or the semisweet 2008 traminette ($12), with fruity layers and a spicy finish. Century Farm also hosts musical performances on select Saturdays from late April to September, during which visitors may enjoy wine tastings, picnics, and slow dances with graceful vines.
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    1548 Lower Brownsville Rd
    Jackson, TN US
  • Grinder's Switch Winery
    Grinder's Switch Winery sits atop a 110-acre estate flourishing with vineyards that produce a variety of palate-pleasing wines. Inside a hand-built log cabin set against a backdrop of efflorescent countryside, Grinder's tasting room welcomes sophisticated sippers to sample such wizened grape juices as the 2009 Pearl—a sweet wine derived from niagara grapes ($10.93)—and the Blondy ($12.75), which boasts aromatic scents of apricot and peach. Swirling fragrances of golden apple tickle the noses of Honeysuckle Rose ($13.67) drinkers, while the lightly-oaked 2009 chardonnay ($13.67) proffers a finish as crisp as dollar bills made out of Granny Smith apples.
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    2119 Highway 50 West Loop
    Centerville, TN US
  • The Wine Rack
    If you have a hankering for something extra tasty, sample the menu at Poplar Bluff's The Wine Rack. Plan to indulge a bit at The Wine Rack, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. Don't go thirsty during dinner! The Wine Rack also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more. Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — The Wine Rack has kid-friendly food and seating. For weekday specials that hit the spot, head to The Wine Rack's happy hour. The Wine Rack is a prime location to dine with a group. It doesn't get much more laid-back than The Wine Rack, so dress for comfort when you come. It's time to gather up the party people. Serve them great food from The Wine Rack. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. The Wine Rack's diners can make use of nearby parking lots. The Wine Rack is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30. The Wine Rack accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
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    1212 N Westwood Blvd
    Poplar Bluff, MO US
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