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Old Millington Vineyard & Winery

Old Millington Vineyard & Winery Old Millington Vineyard and Winery is a small country operation located 14 miles north of downtown Memphis in Millington, Tennessee. Established in 2000, we are one of Tennessee's newest wineries, producing a variety of grapes in the vineyard adjacent to the winery. While in the Old Millington Winery, we invite you to sample our award-winning wines. We offer a nice selection of dry whites, dry reds, semi-dry whites, semi-dry blushes, ports and fruit wines.

Directions
Directions From Memphis: Take U.S. 51 north for approximately 14 miles to the traffic light at Micro Blvd. Turn left on Micro Blvd. Go one long block to the 4-way stop sign. Turn left on Old Millington Road. Go 1.2 miles. The winery will be on your left. Directions From Nashville and Jackson (I-40): Take I-40 to exit 24 (TN 385). (Note: exits 25 and 24 share the same exit ramp. After your exit, the exit splits. Be sure to follow the signs for exit 24 Millington. Follow TN 385 for approximately 17 miles. The road will dead end at U.S. 51. Turn left on U.S. 51. Go 1.3 miles to the traffic light at Micro Blvd. Turn right on Micro Blvd. Go one long block to the 4-way stop sign. Turn left on Old Millington Road. Go 1.2 miles. The winery will be on your left.


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Address Web Social
6748 Old Millington Road, Millington, TN, US, 38053 Email:
Phone: 901-873-4114 Web: www.oldmillingtonwinery.com
Fax:
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Products



  Big River Red
Enjoy our light, dry red wine. Great with pasta, pizza or beef.
  Blackberry
One of our most popular wines is back on the menu -- sweet and tart.
  Catawba
Made from Catawba grapes grown in Macon County, Tennessee.
  Crying Angel Red
Named in honor of a local memorial dedicated to a civil war soldier, this wine is made from our estate grown Chambourcin, and blended with Cynthiana grapes.
  Delta Blush
A blush made from a blend of Vidal and Foch. Great for brunch or lunch.
  Delta Red
Winner of the 2004 Wines of the South Silver Medal! Produced from our West Tennessee grapes, lightly oaked.
  Delta White
A new blend that is slightly sweet but with a crisp finish.
  Muscadine
From Mississippi-grown Carlos Muscadines. If you like Muscadine juices, you will love this wine!
  Niagara
Niagara is used for many commercial grape juices and is grown in Tennessee.
  Strawberry
Light and sweet, you can really taste the strawberries in our newest release.
  Vidal Blanc
Winner of the 2004 Wines of the South Silver Medal! From the 2003 harvest, our popular dry Vidal is back on the menu!
  White Port
Made from Tennessee-grown Allwood grapes.

Reviews

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rhodies says...
The heck with the wine, lets talk about the ambiance of this winery. After a short wait at the diminutive serving bar, a young boy (man?) appeared who stated he worked at the winery doing about everything. I have never ever encountered such a flippant, obtuse winery host in my life. His demeanor and looks of “I don’t really care” was accentuated by the socially insensitive memorabilia posted next to the bar. Crappy divorce cartoon and a bear-breasted pencil drawn lady exclaiming “Recycle is Sexy”. This was my first honky-tonk winery I’ve ever visited. Another middle aged “dating” couple was there and after one drink she rolled her eyes at our host and excused herself to go outside. Obviously I must be too old to understand to whom such a storefront would have any appeal. And if this were not enough, the wines generally complimented the setting. ‘Crying Angel Red’ was their Chambourcin with a blend of Norton grapes. The host really had no clue about the wine. I left with a Carlos muscadine gift wine since it resembled an interesting attempt to make Vitis rotundifolia legitimate and a ‘Red Port’ which had “all sorts of stuff in it”, as noted by our host. Good grief . . . . . . . .