Tennessee Homemade Wines are a local treasure, just like our beautiful Smoky Mountains.
Locally Crafted with Local Pride
Made with local fruit, crafted by locals, and served by locals, Tennessee Homemade Wines have become popular with both wine connoisseurs and novices. The winery is located in Downtown Gatlinburg and offers free daily wine tastings.
All of the wines are classified as “table wines,” meaning all have a maximum alcohol by volume content of 14 percent. No matter your tastes, there’s a special wine for you.
Some of Tennessee Homemade Wines Premiere Flavors
The Blueberry Bammer is described as “sweet and smooth,” and the White Knuckle Grape is “high in flavor yet light-bodied.”
Looking for a “perfect porch-sipping wine?” The Proper Peach is your pick, best served ice-cold.
The Fine Blackberry is created from berries hand-picked along country roads and is known as a “traditional Southern favorite.”
Those who enjoy a “unique mix of sweet and tart” will love the wildberry Midnight Red Muscadine.
So many more wines are available at Tennessee Homemade Wines to explore and to choose from!
Have Tennessee Homemade Wines ship to you!
Fans of the winery can become a part of Tennessee Homemade Wines Wine Club, which offers discounts on multiple bottle orders; free shipping on orders over three bottles; and first access to new flavors and branded wear.
Shop an impressive variety of wines anytime on Tennessee Homemade Wines’ Web site, www.tnhomemadewines.com. Wines ship Monday through Friday, typically two-day ground. Customers will receive an email confirming that the order has been shipped. Depending on your location from Gatlinburg, you could receive shipments even quicker than two days.
Tennessee Homemade Wines fans can also subscribe to receive emails for special deals.
What are you waiting for? Come and visit Tennessee Homemade Wines in Gatlinburg and enjoy a free wine tasting, or hop online and make your selection. You’re sure to become a fan for life.
Also, don’t miss our great Tennessee Homemade Wines coupon!