Big Creek Winery

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T P
Chicago, IL1 314 contributions
nov. 2021 • Entre amis
All tastings are free and there are 12 wines to try. All the wines are great Please note they JUST MOVED. The staff is extremely friendly and engaging. Make this your first wine stop and you are ready for a great day.
Écrit le 3 novembre 2021
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keara c
1 contribution
août 2019 • En couple
We are from FL and were travelling home when we stopped in for the 1st time. One of our favorite things to do is visit local wineries in the area we travel. Billy's Big Creek Winery was the last of 6 on our TN trip and was the best of all 6. I am certain if we had made 15 winery visits, this 1 would've still been the best! We came at almost closing and Billy still gave us what we felt like to be VIP treatment! Put plain & simple, Big Creek wine tastes like heavenly magic!! Furthermore, we have settled that Billy must be a wine-ologist or wine-gician😊
Écrit le 18 novembre 2019
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Candy W
3 contributions
mai 2018 • En famille
The wines here are like NONE other. Billy is amazing, and will show you around and answer any questions. Very unique and delish!!!!
Écrit le 22 avril 2019
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Don E
Memphis19 contributions
sept. 2018 • En couple
We stopped for a tasting and was very pleased. This is the only winery I have been to with multiple sweetness levels of the same wine. A must stop on any wine trail.
Écrit le 3 octobre 2018
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Tim E
Lobelville, TN113 contributions
sept. 2017
We meet some friends and did a tour of Pulaski. This was our last stop before lunch. The owner greeted us and we tasted almost every kind of wine. We had a great time and bought several bottles. Highly recommended.
Écrit le 9 juillet 2018
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Stephen F
Columbia, TN34 contributions
avr. 2018 • En couple
When my wife and I head out to try a new winery or new place to eat we try to tie both together to make for a great adventure. Having read about Big Creek we headed out. In a out of the way area in a old landscaping building we found this place. My first reaction on seeing this place was this is not like driving up on the dozens of wineries we have visited. We entered to this small but cheery showroom and tasting bar. The Husband and wife team were super nice and the wife and I felt like we were among old friends joking and laughing. The wine list is fairly long and unlike the wineries we have been to each flavor starts sweet and then broke down to 2 drier levels. You get to taste all levels if you like. So if muscadine is too sweet for your taste, hold on you got 2 more levels to get you to your taste level. This a free tasting and it would be very easy to get a buzz on with all levels of wine. we bought 7 bottles and were blown away with how good they were. My favorite was the peach! I swear you can taste the fuzz and freshness like eating a ripe juicy peach. They were out of blackberry but will be back next month to try. Put this on your wine trail map!! So much fun!!! p.s. we were there 2 hrs.
Écrit le 1 avril 2018
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babygirllass
Montgomery, AL57 contributions
août 2017 • En solo
The gentleman who owns/runs the winery is very knowledgeable and friendly. Explained about each wine and how he came to make a particular wine from a particular grape - 4 degrees of sweetness from the same grape. Quite an education. Wines were quite good.
Écrit le 24 août 2017
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John F
Pulaski, TN163 contributions
juin 2017 • En couple
Just visited Big Creek and I was impressed. They have a great selection of wines from very dry to very sweet. We tasted several, and they really were all very good. The staff is friendly and eager to help you find just the right wine for your taste. For a taste of home, try the red or white muscadine.
Écrit le 17 juin 2017
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John D
Lynnville7 contributions
avr. 2017 • En solo
I've known the guy who started this vineyard for years, so I'm not surprised that he's done it right. He's a long-time greenhouse man and landscaper; his knowledge of southern Tennessee horticulture is the product of years of experience and study. What did surprise me is the quality of the wines he is producing from native southern grapes. I thought good wine had to come from varietals of European origin, but these wines changed my mind. I especially liked the semi-dry and dry muscadines--wines with a unique flavor that stand up well against California Cabernets and bear little resemblance to the sweet muscadines I had tasted elsewhere. Besides selling good wine, a visit to this winery will likely land you a tour of the operation and a chance to taste the dozen types of wine they produce--everything from Amish strawberry and concords (sweet to dry varieties) to those excellent muscadines. Highly recommended.
Écrit le 26 avril 2017
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