Eagle Springs Winery – Made in Tennessee
Wanting to bring something unique to the Smokies, the owners of Eagle Springs Winery decided to purchase a huge log cabin and open a fully operational honey-based winery! After several renovations to create winemaking and tasting room areas, we opened our doors in 2012.
Host Your Special Event
The history of Eagle Springs Winery as a renovated log cabin makes it an ideal event venue for anyone visiting the Smokies. Let us host your bachelorette party, corporate meeting, book club, or bunko group. We’ve got plenty of room and a full-service kitchen.
Try Our Honey and Fruit Wines
It doesn’t get any sweeter. Each vintage of honey wine starts with the same blend of Clover, Alfalfa, and Wildflower honey. These honeys are then mixed with water and fermented into wine. Once finished, small batches are separated out so that each can be blended with other fruits, wine, or juice. Our wines have a unique flavor all their own!
So join us just off Exit 407, the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains! We are proud to offer our unique Tennessee honey wines along with a selection of traditional wines. Tastings are offered daily 7 days a week. Whether you are looking for a distinctive gift item or the perfect bottle of wine to take home, we are the stop for you!
Our Latest Blog Posts
- December 01, 2016
Awaking WildFire Hits The Great Smoky Mountains November 28th, 2016. A wildfire has affected “The Heart of The Smokies” within seconds. Damaging parts of the
- November 23, 2016
Thanksgiving, a day filled with family, friends, food, and of course wine. Enjoying a meal or several meals around a television watching football, or
- November 21, 2016
Wine is an ongoing learning experience. You learn by trying different wines, different varietals, different vintages, different styles, different brands and wines from different countries.
- November 14, 2016
Thanksgiving is a great holiday that is celebrated all over the United States with family and friends. Being thankful and appreciative of who and what
- November 04, 2016
Lights, Camera, Winterfest! It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, or should I say a celebration here in The Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg, Pigeon