Big Changes Are to Come At Rocky Top Winery
Eagle Springs Winery announced a change that will not only affect the winery but the Rocky Top Wine Trail as well.
We have received the news that Eagle Springs Winery, located just off Interstate 40 at the Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg exit. Announced that after four years of making incredible wines, their final day of business will be December 31st, 2016.
Eagle Springs Winery has been a part of the Rocky Top Wine Trail since the doors opened in 2012. The winery specializes in semi- and sweet honey based wine. Each vintage of honey wine starts with the same blend of Clover, Alfalfa, and Wildflower honey. These honeys are then mixed with water and fermented into wine. Once finished, small batches are separated out so that each can be blended with other fruits and wine. Each wine at Eagle Springs has a unique flavor that interests everyone’s palate.
The winery has also received numerous awards for many of their wines. Like the recent wines of “2016 Wines of the South Competition”. Ambrosia brought home the Gold Medal Award. Also, Red Feather a delicious Muscadine and Concord blend, received the 2016 Silver Medal.
Where to Buy Tennessee Honey Wine?
Although the doors will close at the end of the month their wines will still be available online. Eagle Springs Winery is running a tremendous holiday special for their incredible customers that have enjoyed their delicious wines throughout the years of serving. The wines will be available to purchase for only $13 (not including Indian Summer). When you purchase 6 receive an extra 20% off, if you buy 12 bottles, receive 25% off your.
If you’re in the Great Smoky Mountain area for the winter holidays in December, please go visit the winery, stop by, sip some Tennessee wine, and enjoy the beautiful view for one last time at Eagle Springs Winery!