Wine Tasting in Center Point


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  • Ozan Vineyard & Cellars
    The Patrick family first dabbled in wine-making on their 24-acre estate back in 2001, when only one other vineyard operated in Shelby County. After a few seasons of practice and success, they decided to officially dedicate a portion of their land to cultivating grapes, and formally established Ozan Vineyard & Cellars in 2005. In 2013, they expanded with additional vineyard viewing areas, event space, and a winery boutique. Using a combination of grapes grown on their own land and sourced from the East Coast, Ozan currently produces a series of varietals, including riesling, chardonnay, Chilton County peach, Norton red, and cabernet sauvignon. Conceived of traditional winemaking methods in small lots of French and American barrels, the vinos develop multifaceted flavors and complexity before being poured in Ozan?s tasting room or into glasses on the picturesque outdoor patio.
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    173 County Road 301
    Calera, AL US
  • Vizzini Farms Winery
    Set on sprawling farmland, Vizzini Farms Winery bottles a diverse selection of wine crafted from West Coast and Alabama vinifera grapes. Daily tours sneak groups behind the scenes of the second-generation Italian family’s winemaking process, which yields riesling piqued with tropical fruits and pinot grigio that's as lively as a 30-piece kazoo orchestra. A charming tasting room recalls a sunny Italian café, with warm yellow walls, racks of wine, and bistro tables ideal for gathering over a bite of deli fare and Italian-style desserts. On warm days, the spacious patio is open for enjoyment, providing views of surrounding vineyards and breezes with notes of black currant, citrus, and oxygen.
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    801 Hwy 87
    Calera, AL US
  • Hidden Meadow Vineyard
    A broad front porch stretches across the main residence at Hidden Meadow Vineyard, inviting visitors to kick up their feet, tip back a glass of fruit wine, and admire the verdant view. Owners Bill and Janette Bailey manage the small, family-run winery, which specializes in bottles made from muscadine, concord, niagara, and cynthiana grapes. Their roster of wines includes blackberry and blueberry wines as well as scuppernong, a sweet, old-fashioned white wine.
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    664 County Road 606
    Jemison, AL US
  • Edgars Southwestern Grill
    Stop by Edgars Southwestern Grill for a quick Tex-Mex meal filled with flavor and color. Edgars Southwestern Grill does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere. Edgars Southwestern Grill's business casual policy makes it the perfect place for a number of occasions. At Edgars Southwestern Grill, diners can score a guaranteed parking spot close to the restaurant.
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    613 2nd Ave N
    Clanton, AL US
  • Wills Creek Vineyards Birmingham
    Wills Creek Vineyards and Jules J Berta Vineyards are just 15 miles apart in the heart of North Alabama wine country, nestled in the southern tier of the Appalachian Mountains. The Sand Mountain's valleys, rivers, and streams surround the winers and provide space for a breathtaking drive through the countryside. The wineries feature a wide variety of wines, including (but not limited to) cabernets, mighty muscadines, and fruit and signature dessert wines.
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    1409 Darden Avenue
    Albertville, AL US
  • Jules J. Berta Vineyards
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Jules J. Berta Winery is Alabama's first true wine grape grower. Our eight acres of vineyards consist of Cabernet, Merlot, Chardonnay among others. We also dabble in locally grown sweet fruit wines as well as the mighty muscadine. We couldn't do it all without our local farmers. What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared? Come relax and sip wine under a trellis and vine covered patio overlooking the vineyard. Browse our gift shop for wine novelties and if time allows, get personal with Jules, Becky, Justin, or Brandon. This is our love not our hobby! Alabama is a great place to grow wine grapes! What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Jules Sr immigrated from Hungary in 1958 and tried for many years to get back to his roots of grape growing and winemaking. It wasn't until 50 years later that Jules Jr took that dream and opened Jules J. Berta Winery in Alabama. What do you love most about your job? This is not an easy business which consumes of three segments: grape growing, winemaking, and tasting room. Jules loves grape growing, Becky, his wife, loves wine making, and the boys love the tasting room. But they all agree that engaging wine lovers at the tasting bar is their favorite!
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    1409 Darden Ave
    Albertville, AL US

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