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August 20, 2013

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The Apple Barn Winery in Sevierville brings the farm-fresh produce visitors to Apply Barn know and love with a unique twist. Every bottle of wine sold at the winery is specially crafted from locally-grown and harvested produce, and bottled directly on site.

Perfect for any wine fan, Apply Barn Winery’s wines range in flavor from very dry to sweet. Options include a soft and fruity dry apple wine ages in American oak, a clean and tart Apple-Cranberry option, as well as the Applewood White which is a sweet wine made from the apples grown just outside the winery. For guests who prefer a colder selection, Apple Barn Winery also sells wine freezers whose flavors include sangria, strawberry, peach bellini and margarita.

Want to pay the winery a visit for yourself? Located on the banks of the Little Pigeon River, guests can find the Apple Barn Winery at 220 Apple Valley Road in Sevierville, TN. The winery is open for tours daily, during which guests can experience a free sample of the day’s selection of wine. If you have any additional questions about the winery, give them a call at 866-428-6850.

The Apple Barn Winery is also a proud member of the Rocky Top Wine Club. A collaboration between five local Smoky Mountain wineries, the Rocky Top Wine Club offers members an exclusive preview of the season’s upcoming inventory.

Looking for the perfect place to enjoy your newly purchased wine? Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals’ listing of fully-equipped Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge cabins offer guests a wide range of services. Tailored all the way from large groups to honeymoon cabins, these cabins in the Smokies are the perfect place for any mountain getaway.

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