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Crown Winery

Crown Winery On a hill outside the town of Humboldt in Gibson County, our vineyards stretch to the south and west and create a stunning backdrop to the Tuscany-style villa. The winery is a unique combination of necessity, science, and renewable energy. The wine production and storage area is built into the hill, which provides natural cooling through the fierce heat of the Tennessee summers. A large solar system generates power to this building and the connecting villa, which provides a majestic haven for weddings and private parties as well as the traditional tasting room and retail area.

Directions
1. Take I-40 to Jackson. 2. Take U.S. 45 Bypass (exit 80B) and head north towards Humboldt. 3. The road splits. Continue on U.S. 45W towards Humboldt. 3. The road splits. Take U.S. 45W Bypass around Humboldt. (Note: some people call this part of the road U.S. 45 Bypass or simply 45 Bypass or just Bypass.) 4. Turn right at TN 152, East Mitchell Street (between restaurant and motel). The winery is one block from U.S. 45W Bypass on the right side. Note: The total trip to Crown Winery is about 12.5 miles from I-40.


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3638 East Mitchell Street, Humboldt, TN, US, 38343 Email: Thecrownwinery@aol.com
Phone: 731-784-8100 Web: www.crownwinery.com
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Products



  Cayuga White
This semi-dry wine offers a wonderful aroma of floral bouquet, a taste of fruit salad with citrus tones. Delight your friends by offering them a chilled Cayuga in lieu of a Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio.
  Chambourcin
Our medium-bodied red that needs to be served at room temperature to release all of its juicy flavors of blackberry, black cherry, raisin, & cranberry. Serve with lamb or beef or simply sip it. It gets more piquant in every swallow.
  Chardonel
A cousin to Chardonnay, this semi-dry wine, has all the same buttery, toasty flavors with hints of melon and honeysuckle, Don’t say Chardonnay, say Chardonel.
  Royal Red
A luscious, rare blend of our estate grown Noiret (nwar-ray) & our full-bodied Norton grapes. Served at room temperature, you will experience rich raspberry, & hints of plum & black pepper. Truly a royal blessing!
  Sole Mio
Our delightful light blend of Chambourcin & Cayuga – a blush acknowledging solar power.
  Strawberry Strut
A limited edition wine made from strawberries grown here in Gibson County & as a tribute to the West Tennessee Strawberry Festival and to our first lady of strut, Rita, sweet & crisp. (This is Jack’s favorite!)
  Traminette
A semi-dry wine with delightful traces of spice & honeysuckle. A cousin to Riesling & hock but with more body and with a surprising offering of excitement to your taste buds. Serve chilled. A fish dish compliment.
  White Muscadine
Not only a Tennessee favorite but a Southern specialty! This semi-sweet wine is delicate with an aromatic profile & mixed fruit flavors. Sometimes described as foxy with zing. Serve chilled

Reviews

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rhodies says...
Norton Wine Review: This winery in Humbolt, TN was a "surprise-of-the-day" vineyard. A winery with seventeen acres used for serious wine production. No pretense here at Crown Winery with the vintners, Peter Howard and Jane Leatherland, very adamantly admitting that their most successful wines come from the vines of Chardonel, Chambourcin, and Traminette. So where did that leave our search for a Norton wine? Well they admitted their successes and stated their attempts to provide an acceptable Norton, named Royal Red, was purely a “love-of-labor.” An approximate 50/50 combination of Norton and Noiret wine fermented from the onset together. Next year they will do the same, but rather blend these two wines in the final bottling preparations. These two English vintners know what they are attempting and we got to get highlights of what is coming down the road for next year by being treated with tastings straight out of the tanks. This year’s Chardonel is good, but wait till you taste next year’s bottle of the equivalent. Same goes for this year’s and next year’s Chambourcin. My guess is you best put in your reservations now for next year’s Crown Winery offerings. As for my friend, he left Crown Winery with their clean, yet slightly tangy Traminette.