Upper Cumberland Wine Trail
Explore nine Wineries & Vineyards that make up the Upper Cumberland Wine Trail. Travel Tennessee’s beautiful Upper Cumberland for the day or start planning a weekend escape to explore back roads, enjoy spectacular views, visit small historic towns, and find amazing wineries as you meander through our region.
Family owned and operated, Cellar 53 is the area’s local winery and vineyard. Offering a wide variety of red and white wines, as well as a selection of seasonal fruit wines there is sure to be something that everyone can enjoy. The back patio is the perfect location for you to enjoy your favorite wine overlooking the beautiful vineyard where the whole process begins.
Situated on 58 acres, Del Monaco Winery offers a point of pride for the community and a destination for wine lovers. A wine tasting room offers a wide range of different wines can be experienced. Just a short 30 minute drive from Butterfly Hollow and open 7 days per week.
Arrington Vineyards is located among the beautiful hills of Arrington, TN in an area known as Tennessee’s Wine Country. With ample grounds to enjoy live music in two locations it’s worth bring a picnic and experience their award-winning wines, amazing sunsets, and spectacular vineyard views.
Dating back to the late 1800’s, Jack Daniels was introduced to Old N0. 7 as the signature charcoal-mellowed Tennessee Whiskey. Located in Lynchburg, TN the Jack Daniels Distillery offers visitors a variety of tours to fit any individuals schedule. Go behind the scenes to understand the whiskey making process and hear a few of the stories that come with history of Jack Daniels.
Short Mountain Distillery is a craft, small-batch distillery located in the heart of Middle Tennessee. Crafting authentic Tennessee Moonshine, Organic Tennessee Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey and many other authentic and original spirits. Short Mountain Distillery is located on a 400 acre farm located in Cannon County TN.
Located in Sparta, TN Calfkiller Brewery was founded by two brothers who dreamt of operating a business together. The name Calfkiller is taken from the Calfkiller River running through the city of Sparta. You may purchase pints and half pints in their beer garden Monday – Saturday. Behind the scene tours are given on Saturday.