Pickers Creek Winery: Blackberry Blues and Mack’s Band

Friday Wine Day

These little gems come to us from Lewisburg, TN. Since they are not in distribution, you have to go to the source to enjoy these beauties.

Nestled away down a gravel drive lies Pickers Creek Winery on a beautiful piece of country side with the vineyards perfectly on display. To instill a true country feel, you will be greeted by one of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet.
Blackberry Blues table wine

Despite opening only last year, they have a wide selection of wines, all named with music in mind. From their dry whites and reds to their sweet blackberry, they let you try them all in true southern-style. As the sweet and savory notes dance on your tongue, you are sure to find a favorite. 

My sweet fav:
The Blackberry Blues Blackberry table wine combines sweet and tart in a wonderful fashion. For those of you who like drier wines, skip the blackberry cobbler and have this for dessert. 
My dry fav:
Mack’s Band is a dry Cabernet Sauvignon. Props to Pickers Creek for creating a red wine in Tennessee that is actually a proper red wine. 
Once you have made your decision, you can relax on a picnic table or porch swing and take in the country while sipping on your selection. In keeping with their music theme, they often host local musical talent for patrons to enjoy. Also, if you need a little snack, check out the cheese case!
Catch them on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 am to 9 pm and on Sundays from 12 to 5 pm through the summer.
Check out their website for a calendar of events and more information about the winery: http://www.pickerscreekwinery.com/

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