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Winemakers’ Case

$215.00 $200.00

Buy a certificate for 12 award-winning wines in one case! These wines are being featured at the 2017 Winemakers’ Dinner at Nine Lakes Wine Festival. They pair well with appetizers, dinner or dessert, or any occasion! This purchase is for a certificate that can be redeemed at Nine Lakes Wine Festival.

After your purchase, please download the certificate PDF. Have it on your phone, or print it, and show it at the festival’s Wine Corral, with photo ID, to pick up your case of wine. Thank you!

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We have assembled our “Winemakers Case” of award-winning wines, and are offering you the opportunity to purchase it via a certificate, which can be redeemed at the Festival.

This case is offered at $200, which is 20% off the value of these wines if purchased separately!

These wines were chosen for the May 19, 2017 Winemakers’ Dinner at Nine Lakes Wine Festival. They were chosen from among wines that had received Gold or Silver Awards this year at regional wine festivals. Our experts worked hard to select wines that will increase awareness about the quality of wines being made in Tennessee, the many varieties that are available, how well they will pair with food and how good they are for simply drinking on a hot summer day. Case includes one of each of the following wines:

Appetizer Wines:

  • Sonata, a dry white sparkling wine by Hillside Winery, Sevierville.  This dry, Brut style bubbly wine made from Vidal Blanc and Cayuga will please the taste of even the harshest critic. Silver 2016 Wines of the South; Gold 2015 Wines of the South.
  • Celebration, a semi dry sparkling wine by Mountain Valley Winery, Pigeon Forge. A medium sweet sparkling red blend of muscat and sunbelt; Silver 2016 Wines of the South.
  • Southern Belle, a balanced, sweet rosé by The Winery at Seven Springs Farm.  This flirty and fresh Concord grape wine has aromas and flavors of fresh grapes, cherries, strawberries. Gold 2016 Wines of the South; Gold 2016 Asheville Food and Wine Competition (Best of the Appalachians); Silver 2015 Wines of the South.

Dinner Wines:

  • Hiwassee, dry white Muscadine wine by Tsali Notch Vineyards. This dry white wine made from the native Muscadine grape belies the notion that all good dry whites come from that valley in California. Concordance Gold 2016 Wines of the South; Best of White, Best Muscadine, and Best of Tennessee Fruit 2016 Wines of the South; Concordance Gold 2015 Wines of the South; Gold 2015 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
  • Vineyard White, a semi dry white wine by The Winery at Seven Springs Farm. This wine made from the native Catawba grape has citrusy aromas of lemon, grapefruit and orange blossom. It has much to offer and will surprise the palate with tastes of honeydew melon, nectarines and grapefruit. Gold 2016 Wines of the South; Concordance Gold 2015 Wines of the South; Silver 2016 Ashville Food and Wine Competition.
  • Riesling, a medium dry, fruity wine, hand crafted in a German style, by Cades Cove Cellars. This wine accompanies most Asian cuisine with its aromatic hints of apple and grapefruit. Silver 2016, Mid-Atlantic Southeastern Wine Competition.
  • Rebecca’s Red, light bodied dry red blend by Goodwater Vineyards and Winery. This wine is more grape forward than heavily oaked. It is a blend of three estate grown grapes, Chambourcin, Noiret and Corot Noir. Silver 2016 Wines of the South; Concordance Gold 2015 Wines of the South.
  • Fall Bounty, a medium dry Chambourcin, by Cades Cove Cellars. A medium bodied, dry wine made from Chambourcin grapes. Lightly aged in American oak and similar to a Pinot Noir. Silver 2016 Wines of the South.
  • Sangiovese, by Hillside Winery. Traditional Italian style red wine (chianti) that is great with pasta or on its own. Gold 2016, Wines of the South; Silver 2015 Wines of the South.

Dessert Wines:

  • Mountain Laurel, a Muscadine wine made by Sugarland Cellars. A Southern tradition made with a variety of Muscadine grapes prized for their rich flavor and aroma. Gold 2016, Wines of the South; Gold 2015, Wines of the South.
  • Muscato, by The Winery at Seven Springs Farm. The fresh aromas of this sweet white wine include honeysuckle, peach and apricot followed by flavors of apple, lime and sweet melon. The fresh, smooth flavors of the Muscat wine are expertly balanced with the natural acidity from our native Catawba. Concordance Gold 2016, Wines of the South; Concordance Gold 2015 Wines of the South.
  • Raspberry Spumante by Hillside Winery.  This sweet bubbly wine is bursting with the flavor of raspberry and leaves you with a tart finish. Gold 2016, Wines of the South; Silver 2015 Wines of the South.