Arkansas Wineries

WineryPlacez [winery-places] is your source to plan a romantic getaway, a wedding or reception, a team building event for your company, a bachelorette party, or just a weekend getaway with friends. Explore the world of Arkansas wines... visit wineries in Little Rock, Altus, Paris, Eureka Springs, and Morrilton.

  • Discover the perfect wine to match all your favorite foods 
  • Find the nearest wine tasting room
  • Plan a road-trip and discover new wineries
  • Go on a tour of a winery
  • Ask if you can smash some grapes
  • Find a wine festival in Arkansas
  • Learn how the wine is made
  • Research and try multiple wineries before joining a wine club.  

TIP: Use a ride service or have a designated driver. Chances are you will taste more wine than you expected to — those tastings add up. Not only that, but if you’re not used to drinking wine early in the day, it could catch up with you fast.

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An Enchanting Evening Winery
29300 Ark. 300
Little Rock, Arkansas 72135
An Enchanting Evening's private setting is conveniently located 20 minutes West of Little Rock, Arkansas, yet feels like another world. Our classically rustic setting provides the perfect backdrop for your enchanting outdoor wedding. You don't even have to leave for the reception and honeymoon!

Chateau Aux Arc Vineyards & Winery
8045 Hwy. 186
Altus, Arkansas 72821
Chateau aux Arc (pronounced "Ozark") officially opened on July 21st, 2001 and was the 5th winery to open in Arkansas since Prohibition, and the first and only winery in Arkansas to be owned and operated by a woman. At that time Audrey House was the youngest winery owner in the world. The doors opened in 2001, but the Altus community was reaping the benefits of Dragonfly Ranch well before then. Local wineries benefitted from her grape growing prowess and were able to purchase the fruits of her hard labor to work into their bottles. When Chateau aux Arc opened, she had only 2 wines: Chardonnay and Altage. The wine selection has exponentially expanded in the 20 years she has been making wine, commanding the scene with a focus on 100% Arkansas grown vintages and winning multiple international awards each year. The lineup grew with the vines, from a small harvest of Chardonnay to planting Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Vignoles, Syrah, Malbec, Barbera, Petite Sirah, Tempranillo, Merlot, Sangiovese, Petit Verdot, Niagara, Steuben, Jupiter, Neptune, Muscadine and Cynthiana, the State Grape of Arkansas. Chateau aux Arc is a picturesque retreat for those looking to reconnect with the world of splendor around them over a glass of award winning Arkansas wine.

Cowie Wine Cellars & Museum
101 N. Carbon City Rd.
Paris, Arkansas 72855
At Cowie Wine Cellars and Vineyards, we produce a limited amount of the finest wine at our location in the scenic Arkansas River Valley between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains. Visit us for a tour and taste! At Cowie Wine Cellars and Vineyards we love visitors! You'll love the down home atmosphere.....see how wine is made, tour the only wine museum in the United States dedicated to preserving the wine history of a complete state. We invite you to browse our newly-designed web site or email us for more information.

Keels Creek Winery & Art Gallery
3185 East Van Buren
Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632
The Vineyards are located in the Hills of Keels Creek, south on Rock House Road about 3 miles from the city limits of Eureka Springs. Eight acres of land planted in 2004 and 2005 now contains eight varieties of grapes. White grapes: Vidal, Vignoles, Chardonel. Red grapes: Chambourcin Frontenac, Coro Noir, Noiret, Cabernet Franc. The taste room and retail wine sales are located in the Spanish-style building that is shared with Keels Creek Art Gallery. Located at 3185 E Van Buren (US 62). The spacious Gallery allows an open feel for Art viewers and wine lovers. You can relax with a glass of wine by the two massive stone fireplaces.

Mount Bethel Winery
5014 Mount Bethel Dr.
Altus, Arkansas 72821
Mount Bethel Winery is a family owned and operated business that has been handed down for generations. The Post family has a long history in winemaking and currently, all 8 of the children of Eugene Post help him operate the winery and vineyards. You can see all of them working because the Post tradition is that all members of the family are active members of the winery. The winery also has a tasting room where you can come and taste our wine, take a tour or just sit and visit with Peggy, Kasey or Peggy Ann Post. Everyone will always greet you with a smile and be more than happy to share the history of this historic winery. Our establishment is family oriented and filled with happiness and enthusiasm for wine and we love nothing more than to share this with others.

Movie House Winery
112 E. Commerce St.
Morrilton, Arkansas 72110
Movie House Winery was founded in 2011 by Ken and Sherrie Sowers and was formerly located in the beautiful and historic Petit Jean Movie Theater in downtown Morrilton. The movie theater was built in the 1930s, but was renovated by the Sowers. Ken, a chiropractor for thirty-seven years, has his office, Sowers Chiropractic Clinic, located in the same building, which earned it the name "The Wine and Spine Building"​​ ​Their motto is; "If one of us can't fix you the other one can", In 2017, the Sowers moved Movie House Winery to their farm on 99 Sandtown Road. While residing on the farm, they have founded the Sandtown Vineyard and started a small apiary.

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