Rocky Top Wine Trail Purchasable Wine

While visiting the beautiful Smoky Mountains, be sure to devote some time to experience the local wine scene. Whether you’re in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, or Sevierville, you can enjoy a wide variety of handcrafted bottles from one of the many local wineries.

Gatlinburg Wineries

Sugarland Cellars Winery is full of unique history.  Showcased on their labels is the heritage of the Great Smoky Mountains as explained by their tour guides. Join them today for a free wine tasting and tour! All their wines are handcrafted on site and are made from regionally-grown grapes from the foothills of the Smokies.

Located near the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Sugarland Cellars Winery is the perfect spot to stop after a long hike. Come enjoy a glass and learn about the winemaker’s art. Additionally, most of the staff are native to East Tennessee and can tell all about the local attractions.

Pigeon Forge Area

Mountain Valley Winery has been open since 1991. You will love learning about the art of winemaking while touring one of Tennessee’s largest wine cellars! Plus, they offer free wine tastings every day..

Take a tour of their facility and gain insights into the skill and dedication required to produce their award-winning wines. Visit their tasting room to sample the varieties and take some home with you!

Join a tour on the Rocky Top Wine Trail the next time you visit the Smokies. With your Rocky Top Wine Trail Passport, collect stamps at each location to earn an embossed wine glass. After you’ve stopped at five wineries, you will receive an additional free gift for completing the trail. The tour is free and self-guided, so please “wine” responsibly.

Sevierville Wineries

Featuring Italian Style and bubbly wines, Hillside Winery has the largest wine cellar in the Smokies. They use over 1.4 million pounds of Tennessee grapes a year! Come sample one of their many flavors and enjoy the excellence of Hillside Winery. Their winery tours are a great way to learn more about their fermenting process.

Specializing in honey wines, Eagle Springs Winery also has plenty of traditional varieties to choose from. The intimate winemaking area is open for public viewing and tastings are available every day. Whether you are looking for some local honey, gift items, or wine to take home, they have it all! Take a break and relax at Eagle Springs Winery.

Located on the banks of the Little Pigeon River in Apple Barn Village, Apple Barn Winery specializes in small batch wines. Their wines are mainly apple-based. Choose from their Apple Raspberry, Apple Strawberry, or Apple Peach. Join them for a free daily wine tasting!

Even if you’re not a wine connoisseur, you will still find pleasure in browsing their gift shop area. You will find plenty of unique items and wine accessories. Or, you can head next door to the world-famous Apple Barn General Store & Cider Mill. Nearby, stop by one of the great restaurants, bakery, candy store, ice cream shop, or Christmas shop.

Find out more in the Winery section.

Find out more in the Winery section.

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About Andrew Parrott

Andrew Parrott is as close to the most interesting man in the world as you can get. As a resident of Tennessee, he knows his stuff when it comes to the Smoky Mountains! When not wrangling wild boars, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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