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There is no hiding the fact that there is a shortage when it comes to Kentucky wineries. The fact of the matter is that this state has never been known for producing a large quantity of wine, and this is probably going to hold true for the foreseeable future. But just like every other state, there are some wineries that are worth visiting if you have the time. If you live in state you should not have any problems finding a winery that you can stop by. On the other side of things, if you are traveling from out of the area you will want to plan out your trip in advance.

Before you visit a Kentucky winery make sure to call in advance to get detailed information on tours, tasting, open hours, and much more. You may also be able to find all of the information that you need by searching online. Every Kentucky winery operates differently, and it is important that you know what you are doing before you plan your trip.

When visiting Kentucky wineries you will have both a fun and educational time. Perhaps the most exciting part of any trip to a Kentucky winery is actually having the ability to taste the goods that have been produced on site. Additionally, most wineries offer this for free to tourists in one of their tasting rooms. Does it get any better than that?

As far as the educational side of things is concerned, you can learn a lot about the wine industry by visiting Kentucky wineries. This is especially true if you get a tour from an employee.

It may not be easy to find wineries in the state of Kentucky, but if you have the chance you should definitely plan a visit.
 

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Kentucky Winery Listings

Eastland Liquors

1533 Eastland Pkwy
Lexington KY 40505
(859)294-0038

 
Equus Run Vineyard

1280 Moores Mill Rd
Midway KY 40347
(859)846-9463
www.kyvine.com


 

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