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Farm Guide > Listing > Long Hollow Winery

Sumner County
Gift shop
Stu and Aldona Phillips
665 Long Hollow Pike
Goodlettsville, TN 37072
615-859-5559
info@longhollowwinery.com
www.longhollowwinery.com
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
Days: Mon-Sun
Hours: 9-6 PM, 12:30-5 PM
What's here: (Click for recipes) Sweet Red, Sweet White, Blackberry, Blush, Chancellor, Chardonnay, Concord, Muscadine, Niagara, Jams, Jellies
This unique winery is owned and operated by Grand Ole Opry Star, Stu Phillips and his wife, Aldona. Featuring dry, semi-sweet, and sweet red and white wines, our varietals include Merlot, Vidal, Chardonnay, Chancellor, Reisling, Catawba, Concord, Niagara, Blackberry, Strawberry, and Muscadine. Most wines are bottled as exclusive blends while traditional varietals are left unblended to demonstrate their own unique characteristics. A personalized tour and concert are available for large groups and special occasions by appointment only. Complimentary wine tasting is offered daily. The winery is located in a modern reproduction of a monastery visited by Stu as a youngster, and contains a gift shop adjacent to the tasting room.

Last modified: Fri Aug 3 2012
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