Alabama Wineries

Alabama wineries have been gaining recognition for their production of quality wines in recent years. Although not as well-known as wine regions in other parts of the United States, Alabama boasts a growing wine industry that offers unique varietals and a charming wine-tasting experience. The state's warm climate and fertile soil provide ideal conditions for cultivating a variety of grapes, leading to the establishment of several notable wineries across the region. Visitors to Alabama's wineries can explore picturesque vineyards, indulge in wine tastings, and learn about the winemaking process, all while enjoying the state's natural beauty and southern hospitality.

List of Top Wineries in Alabama:

  1. Morgan Creek Vineyards: Located in Harpersville, Morgan Creek Vineyards is one of Alabama's oldest wineries. They produce a range of wines, including traditional muscadine wines and unique blends. The winery offers guided tours, tastings, and a picturesque setting for events.
  2. Jules J. Berta Vineyards: Situated in Albertville, Jules J. Berta Vineyards is known for its award-winning wines. They specialize in French-American hybrid grapes and produce a variety of red, white, and rosé wines. The vineyard hosts regular tastings and events, allowing visitors to experience the flavors of Alabama wines.
  3. Ozan Winery and Cellars: Located in Calera, Ozan Winery and Cellars is renowned for its handcrafted wines made from estate-grown grapes. They offer an extensive selection of wines, including reds, whites, and sparkling varieties. The winery features a beautiful tasting room and hosts events throughout the year.
  4. Perdido Vineyards: Situated in Perdido, this family-owned winery is known for its muscadine wines. Perdido Vineyards produces a range of muscadine varietals, including red, white, and blush wines. Visitors can enjoy tastings and explore the vineyard's scenic surroundings.
  5. Maraella Winery: Located in Hokes Bluff, Maraella Winery is a boutique winery that focuses on producing small-batch, handcrafted wines. They specialize in both dry and sweet wines, with a particular emphasis on red varietals. The winery offers tastings and a cozy atmosphere for wine enthusiasts.
  6. Wills Creek Vineyards: Situated in Attalla, Wills Creek Vineyards is known for its scenic setting and high-quality wines. They produce a variety of wines, including dry, semi-sweet, and sweet options. The vineyard offers tastings and hosts events that showcase the flavors of their wines.

These wineries represent just a sample of the vibrant and diverse wine scene in Alabama. Whether you're a wine connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, visiting these establishments provides an opportunity to discover the unique flavors and hospitality of Alabama's winemaking industry.

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Bryant Vineyard
1454 Griffitt Bend Rd.
Talladega, Alabama 35160
Bryant Vineyard is Alabama's Oldest Continually Operating Winery. We proudly produce several Award-winning Muscadine Wines. Our vines are planted on land that has been in our family since the mid-1800s. Overlooking one of Alabama's most beautiful lakes, our first grapevines were planted in 1965, and today produce some of the most flavorful, aromatic, and delicious wines available anywhere.

Cat-n-Bird Winery
11661 Old Hwy 280
Chelsea, Alabama 35043
Cat-n-Bird does not have an onsite vineyard rather we import grapes and juice from vineyards from around the world . This allows us to have a great selection of international wines, such as Italian Amarone to Australian Cabernet Sauvignon but no muscadine. We recommend visiting for a tasting and/or cheese pairing to get to know our wines, our process, and the people who make it all possible.

Corbin Farms Winery
800 Hwy. 87
Calera, Alabama 35040
Set on 5 acres of lush farmland, Corbin Farms Winery is one of the Southeast’s oldest wineries. We produce and bottle a vast assortment of wines crafted from grapes and fruits grown both in Alabama and key American appellations such as California, Oregon, Washington, New York, Virginia and the mid-west. Join us on a guided tour of the exquisite winery and grounds, as your host shares the stories behind the iconic wines. As our guest you will also have access to our charming bistro that will delight you with succulent meals and desserts to complement the wine. On warm days, the spacious patio is open for enjoyment, providing vineyard views, music by local artists and breezes with notes of sweet southern scents.

Fruithurst Winery
27091 County Road 49
Fruithurst, Alabama 36262
The Fruithurst Winery is nestled just north of the town of Fruithurst, AL Its name comes from one of the original wineries in the state. Surrounded by fifteen acres of muscadine vineyards, now owned and operated by two cousins, it carries the elegance and culture of what was then and will forever be the vineyard village.

Hidden Meadow Vineyard and Winery
664 County Road 606
Jemison, Alabama 35085
Hidden Meadow Vineyard is a winery located in rural Jemison, Alabama. We currently have well over a dozen varieties of wines, from dry to dessert, ready for the tasting. Our wine is made on-site from grapes and other fruits acquired on the premises and occasionally from other sources.

High Country Cellars
849 Almon Street
Heflin, Alabama 36264
High Country Cellars is your one-stop shop for quality wines in East Alabama and West Georgia. With our assortment of fruits to make 60 fine wines from around the region, there is sure to be something to suit every taste and preference. High Country Cellars was founded in the belief that high quality wines should be accessible to everyone. That's why we take great care in selecting only the best fruits to create great wines at affordable prices. High Country Cellars is striving to become The premere Southeastern wine manufacturer.

Hodges Vineyards & Winery
230 Lee Rd 71
Camp Hill, Alabama 36850

Jules J. Berta Vineyards
1409 Darden Avenue
Albertville, Alabama 35951
Our story dates back to 1959 when Jules' father, a young Hungarian refugee, immigrated to America. In 1983, he moved to Alabama and upon arriving, he believed northern Alabama to be wine country! Thus, his dreams of growing true wine grapes, part of what he left behind in the Old World, consumed him...

Maraella Winery
5296 US Hwy 278 East
Hokes Bluff, Alabama 35903
Maraella Estate Farm Vineyards & Winery are located in the picturesque foothills of the Appalachia Mountains. Established in 2005 by the Lee Family. Maraella Estate Farm Vineyard & Winery is the realization of my dream of a family wine business. We promise the embracement of the principle to make fine wines. Wines of distinction that represent the finest varietals.

Morgan Creek Vineyard
181 Morgan Creek Ln.
Harpersville, Alabama 35078
In the year 2000, Charles Brammer, Jr. was a junior in college when his recently retired father, Charles Brammer, Sr., began talking about dabbling in winemaking, using the muscadine grapes and other fruits grown on the family’s farm in Harpersville. For his part, Brammer, considering his post graduation options, was looking for a career. He suggested joining forces. “I said, ‘Well, if you want to do this, let’s make a business out of it,’” remembers Brammer, who was majoring in finance and accounting.

Ozan Vineyard & Cellars
173 Highway 301
Calera, Alabama 35040

Perdido Vineyards
22100 County Rd. 47
Perdido, Alabama 36562
Perdido Vineyards Wines are made exclusively from the finest wine varieties of Muscadine grapes. These distinctive grapes, grown widely throughout the South, have been a favorite of Southerners for generations. The unique flavor of these Southern grapes is captured in the delicious aroma and taste of Perdido Vineyards wines. Perdido Vineyards produces premium white, red, and rosé table wines with the fresh fruity taste of our native Scuppernong and Muscadine grapes.

Whippoorwill Vineyards
4282 County Road 31
Notasulga, Alabama 36866
Whippoorwill Vineyards is a family owned and operated farm winery. Every operation is done by hand. From harvesting, to bottling, corking and sealing, to putting the bottle in the box, everybody pitches in to help. We are delighted to invite you and your family to visit our winery and experience the rich flavors of the native Alabama wines. Embrace the natural beauty and charm of the countryside surrounding Whippoorwill Vineyards while enjoying traditional Southern hospitality.

White Oak Vineyards
1484 Dry Hollow Rd.
Anniston, Alabama 36207
White Oak Vineyards, bottler of Southern Oak Wines and experts in southern viticulture. Our premium Alabama wines include organically grown fruit wines, dry red and white wines, muscadine wines and sparkling muscadine wine. Our beautiful green eco-friendly vineyards are surrounded by inspiring mountain views located in scenic and historic Choccolocco Valley. We’re situated only minutes from Anniston, Alabama and only about 5 minutes from I-20, halfway between Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia. And be sure to pick up a WINE TRAIL card at any one of our 6 North Alabama Wineries. Visit each and at the last stop you will receive a great gift. Come visit our north central Alabama winery and enjoy the taste of Alabama wines and we promise you will not be disappointed!

Wills Creek Vineyards
10522 Duck Springs Rd.
Attalla, Alabama 35954
At Wills Creek Vineyards at the Mill we specialize in weddings and special occasions. An outdoor sanctuary created by the pecan trees, gourgeous mountain views, and of course the luscious greenery provided by acres of muscadine vines.


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