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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Come and visit the tasting rooms at the vineyard and at the Pendleton Arts Center building In Ashland. "The wine is so good you can taste it."
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Award winning wines are crafted in the heart of the Bluegrass region. Visit us and taste the best Bordeaux-style wine produced in Kentucky.
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 ...
The Four Roses Distillery was built in 1910 and features a unique Spanish Mission-Style architecture rarely seen in Kentucky. It is listed on the National Register of Historic...
From its inception, Jean Farris has embraced our families’ history in agriculture, and, our passion for fine cuisine. With us, wine is best when sharing a table with goo...
Dry Ridge, KY
In 2001, Lovers Leap began producing the variety of wines that has made it famous. The winery has the capacity to produce over 30,000 gallons in steel tanks with an add...
Experience firsthand the history of wine and bourbon on a trip through the rolling Bluegrass. Visit sites in Frankfort, Lawrenceburg and Midway to learn how these two beverag...
The Woodford Reserve Distillery is a National Historic Landmark that was originally established on the banks of Glenn's Creek in 1812. Amidst some of Kentucky's most famous th...
Talon Winery at historic Fair View Farm is Lexington's winery. Stroll through our lush vineyard and uniquely inviting tasting room and gift shop located in the original 18th ...
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