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Big Creek Winery Christiana

Big Creek Winery Christiana Big Creek Winery, located in the Wales Community of Giles County, Tennessee, is open daily for tastings of its selection of grape and fruit wines, which are made and sold at the winery. The Winery is named in honor of a substantial tributary of Richland Creek, a navigable waterway that intersects the large southern Middle Tennessee county. Big Creek Winery is owned by Billy and Ann Brymer, Giles County natives who grew up along the waters of Big Creek.


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7027 Main Street, Christiana, TN, US, 37037 Email:
Phone: 615-785-2124 Web:
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  ade White
An elegant, dry white dinner wine. Perfect for grilled seafood and poultry.
Sweet dessert wine made from delicious ripe blackberries. Our Blackberry wine has taken several Gold Awards.
A sophisticated semi-sweet red. A superb companion to grilled meats and Italian food.
Very complex white dinner wine aged in oak for added complexity.
  Collier Reserve
Our finest Muscadine selection.
A unique dry red wine that is native to Tennessee and surrounding states. Incredibly fruity.
A very special reserve red wine crafted in small lots from our finest fruit.
  Mountain Berry
A blend of Concord and Raspberry. Just right for picnics or an apertif (before meal).
  Mountain Peach
A fruity and sweet dessert wine bursting with the flavor or fresh peaches.
  Mountain Valley Blush
The perfect wine for all occasions. A medium-sweet wine made from a blend of several varieties of grapes.
  Mountain Valley Red
A sweet blend of Concord and other native American grapes.
  Mountain Valley White
A medium-sweet blend. Excellent on its own or paired with fruit and cheese.
Sweet dessert wine made Southern style. Also our most heart-smart selection with five times the resveritrol content of most reds.


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rhodies says...
Norton Wine Review: Tasting was free with no sales push, friendly atmosphere, but no one had any knowledge of how the wines were made. The host was provided with a tip sheet of where some of the grapes came from since MVW only buys the grapes or juices and “processes” the wine at this touristy location. Their Cynthiana (Norton) had a light cough syrup taste which I presume would sell in this setting. Wonder if Dolly Parton has tried any of these wines? I also tried their Chambourcin and Gewurztraminer concoctions with little success.