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Farm Guide > Listing > Sumner Crest Winery & Vineyard

Sumner County
Gift shop
5306 Highway 52
Portland, TN 37148
615-325-4806
manager@sumnercrestwinery.com
www.sumnercrestwinery.com
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
Days: Mon-Sun
Hours: 9-6 PM, 12-5 PM
What's here: (Click for recipes) White Muscadine, Sweet Red, Pioneer Blush, Niagara White, Semi-sweet Blackberry, Portland Strawberry Blush, Orlinda Gold, Sumner Queen, Gift Baskets
Summer-May 1-Dec 31; Mon-Sat 9-6 PM, Sun 1-5 PM; Winter – Jan 1-April 30: Mon-Sat 9-5 PM, Sun 12-4 PM. Closed Christmas and Easter.

Besides our award winning wines, our winery gift shop includes local artisans and fine antiques from around the world. Some of our wines include White Muscadine, New Deal Sweet Red, Pioneer Blush, Niagara White, Semi-sweet Blackberry, Portland Strawberry Blush, Orlinda Gold (peach), and Sumner Queen.

Started by two brothers with a love of Tennessee and wine, the winery hosts many events for the family. We offer free musical events during the summer at our outdoor concert facility. In the fall we host an annual Classic Car show in September, October Harvest Festival and in December we have an open house with carolers.



Last modified: Fri Aug 3 2012
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