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Calaboose Cellars

Calaboose Cellars We are the smallest free-standing, complete winery in America located just up the river from the Smoky Mountain Expressway in far Western North Carolina. If you're driving from Chattanooga or Cleveland, TN to white water rafting on the Nantahala River, the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad in Bryson City, or the Great Smoky Mountains National Park; then pull off the "four-lane" in Andrews and pay us a visit!

Whether you are driving Eastbound or Westbound on U.S. Highway 19/74/129, if you take the first of three Andrews Exits, you will be on Main Street. When entering downtown Andrews, turn South onto Cherry Street. Take your second left onto Aquone Road. We are down Aquone Road about a half mile, look for a copper-colored tin roof on our tiny stone calaboose on the left!

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565 Aquone Road, Andrews, NC, US, 28901 Email:
Phone: 828-321-2006 Web:
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Enjoy this refreshing and delicately fruity Catawba wine. It's just right for sipping while sitting on a porch or a picnic blanket, delighting in the fresh air, some good company, and an unobstructed view.
While its parentage is a mystery, the recent popularity of the Chambourcin grape is as clear as the sunny mountain valley sky. This adaptable French hybrid yields large clusters of deep red grapes in the cool mountain climate, and produces a medium-bodied wine with berry aromas and a rich purple color.
  Jailbird Blackberry
Spread your wings... and try something a little different tonight. This semi-sweet wine is made from sun-ripened blackberries growing wild on the Jones Farm in Andrews, NC. Try it with ham or pork roast and creamy desserts like cheesecake and chocolate mousse.
Norton grapes from two vineyards in Cherokee County are detained at the Calaboose and bulked up into our biggest, fully-loaded gorilla of a wine.
The most rugged vine in the yard is the Seyval Blanc, a white grape tough enough to withstand the cold nights of the mountain valley. Seyval grapes yield a crisp white wine that pleases both wine drinkers who prefer dry wine and those who like a sweeter wine.
  Up the River Strawberry-Rhubarb
Sweet strawberries balanced with tart rhubarb are the flavors you'll enjoy with each sip of this distinctive semi-sweet wine.


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