Toast to the 2014 Smoky Mountain Winefest

Red wine and glass on wooden barrelPlanning to get away for a girls’ weekend or couple’s vacation? Warm temperatures, gorgeous blooms and annual events make April the perfect time to get away to the spectacular Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee with your best friends or sweetheart. Some of the best events in the Smokies are scheduled for this spring. From crafting events to unique festivals, there’s plenty to see and do.

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One of the most popular events is an annual wine festival in the heart of Gatlinburg. Wineries from all over Tennessee will be settling in the Smokies for a full day during the 2014 Smoky Mountain Winefest. Those attending will have the chance to meet winemakers and learn about the art of winemaking while sampling.

Scheduled for April 12, from 1:00pm to 6:00pm, the event will be held on the plaza at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies. Anyone legal drinking age can purchase tickets to the wine festival in Gatlinburg for $20. With that, they’ll receive a wristband for sampling and a branded wine glass. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts and the Gatlinburg Hospitality Association Scholarship.

Looking for a peaceful place to stay after visiting the 2014 wine festival in Gatlinburg? Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals invites visitors to choose one of our mountain top or streamside cabins. All of our Smoky Mountain cabin rentals provide unparalleled views in convenient locations that creates the perfect atmosphere for your next mountain vacation. Call us today at (877) 549-6775 to begin planning a visit to the Smokies.

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Brittany Woodson is a writer and blogger who enjoys learning and talking about the Smoky Mountains. Outside work, she is usually on a walking trail or curled up with a good book. In her spare time, she enjoys finding healthy recipes and crafting new projects. To learn more, click the Google+ follow button.