Kentucky Wineries and Breweries
Though the state’s bourbon industry may receive most of the hype, Kentucky has certainly played an important hand in the history of wine in the U.S. Did you know that Kentucky was home to the first commercial vineyard in the country? Or, that Kentucky wineries once produced more than 50 percent of the United States’ grape harvest and wine yield?
Visitors to "Bourbon Country" are often pleasantly surprised to find a number of vineyards tucked away in the picturesque settings of the state’s bluegrass countryside. A visit to a Kentucky winery offers a wonderful romantic experience, featuring wine tastings, festivals/events, tours and even on-site lodging.
If you’re in search of a different kind of spirit, you can find more than a dozen Kentucky breweries throughout the state. Many breweries also double as restaurants and often offer live music and special events to go along with their unique in-house brewery atmospheres.
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Dry Ground Brewing Company is Paducah's first craft brewery. The microbrewery serves original craft beers and guest taps including classic brews and hard ciders. Located in th...
Plan a wedding, reception, party or business meeting in our historic barn or our brand new tasting room. Echo Valley Winery takes pride in our family owned and operated vineya...
Nestled in the rolling hills and quilt country of Western Kentucky, you'll find Eddy Grove Vineyard, home to fine handcrafted wine. Born out of the desire of two doc...
Elk Creek Vineyards is located in the rolling hills of Owen County in the heart of the Golden Triangle of Kentucky. Just a 1 hour drive from Lexington, Louisville or Cincinna...
Award-winning boutique winery nestled amidst picturesque horse farms. The quaint charm of Midway and the South Elkhorn Creek corridor provide a beautiful backdrop. Daily wine ...
Located in the Historic Distillery District in Lexington, Ethereal has set their sights on perfecting Belgian farmhouse and American craft beers. With a philosophy of “m...
First Vineyard, the first commercial vineyard and winery in the United States, has been re-established and is once again growing grapes and serving great wine. In fact, ...
At Forest Edge Winery - Come as strangers...leave as friends. The winery is located on the Gateway to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, located one mile east off Exit 112 from...
Small batch high quality wines.
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