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Tennessee

European settlers brought grape growing and winemaking to Tennessee in the mid-1800s. After the Civil War, the production of wine became a thriving business. That ended with the addition of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1919. Viticulture did not resume in earnest until the 1970s, although grapes were once again grown in Tennessee shortly after World War II. The first modern attempts to establish vineyards for the commercial production of grapes took place in the mid-1970s.

Tennessee's vineyards now stretch from the Mississippi River to the Great Smokey Mountains. Here you will find the common Concord, Niagra, and Catawba juice grapes plus the common wine varietals of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Golden Muscat, and Zinfandel. Tennessee's largest commercial vineyard produces native Muscadine varietals. However, the state's viticulture diversity also includes Chambourcin, Chancellor, Chardonel, Cynthiana, Foch, Delaware, Norton, Leon Millot, Seyval Blanc, Traminette, Vidal Blanc, Viognier, and others.



White Muscadine Juice, Tsali Notch Estate Vineyard
White Muscadine Juice, Tsali Notch Estate Vineyard

Nestled amidst majestic views of Cherokee National Forest, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and east Tennesse's lush green valleys is Tsali Notch Estate Vineyard. As the state's largest commercial vineyard, it has more than 21 miles of muscadine vines including Noble, Carlos, Doreen, Magnolia, and Sterling varietals. You will want to pull up a lawn chair by the weathered barn or relax in the rope swing as you sip from a chilled bottle of their white muscadine juice.
tsaliwhite$10.99