Sugarland Cellars is one of the newest wineries in the Smoky Mountains. Located near the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Gatlinburg, TN, Sugarland Cellars delivers amazing wine and an equally compelling story about the region through the wines that they produce. Made on site, their wines are crafted to reflect the beauty and the people of the Smokies. From wines named from the people that helped to flesh out the GSMNP to those that are named after some of the most popular trails, they are making wines that are above average in every way.
Before we dig into the location and what to expect, let’s look at the selection of wines they are offering now – and remember all of these are made on site. These wines and the names that have been given to them have been crafted to reflect the region and the majesty of the Smokies. They have chosen the type sof wines and the ingredients to make these wines with the area in mind, with the mythos of the Smokies in mind and of course, when you get to look out the front door of your business each day at the National Park, it is easy to remember why your business is in Gatlinburg, TN.
- 1802 – burgundy style red wine
- Trillium – floral and tropical white wine
- Martha Jane Rose – blending of red and white muscadine
- Baskins Creek Blanc – honey and citrus flavors in this white wine
- Elkmont – made from loganberries ( a cross between a blackberry and raspberry)
- Wiley Oakley – Concord grapes and blueberry wines make up this sweet wine
- Mountain Laurel – muscadine sweet table wine
- Cherry-Kee – this one will remind you of your Grandmother’s cherry pie
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