The art of commercial wine making returns to the Little Italy community, the first licensed small farm winery manufacturer in over 70 years in this historic wine making area. Uses local Arkansas grapes in addition to classics like Pinot. A wine tasting yurt with a hexagon deck takes advantage of the views of Lake Maumelle and Pinnacle Mountain.
You-pick blueberries and blackberries in May and June; pumpkin patch, hayrides, a hay maze, a sunflower maze, farm animals, corn pit, and a hay pyramid in season. Available for outdoor weddings; includes a cabin for dressing the wedding party, 4,000-sq.-ft. barn for reception and dancing; capacity is 500 guests, 300 vehicles. On-site River Bottom Winery features wines made from fruit grown on the farm
Located in Arkansas's Wine Country, this winery is the world's largest planter of Cynthiana grapes, the largest U.S. Chardonnay vineyard outside California and the largest Zinfandel planter in Arkansas; wine tasting room; available for weddings and special events. Bus tours should call in advance. Wedding packages, RV camping available; Project Sustainability includes recycling program, use of sustainable products, eco-friendly cleaners; water runoff used in the vineyards
Operating winery, vineyard and wine museum. Private chapel located on the grounds houses a bell collection and bell towers. Two suites are available for lodging. Weddings can be held on the property (but not in the chapel).
Dionysus Wine & Brew is a locally owned and operated boutique winery. Located in Altus, AR and nestled in the breathtaking Ozark Mountains, co-founders Sharla & Dennis Wiederkehr craft expertly blended wines using their over 60 years of experience in the wine & hospitality industries. Gift shop and tasting room on site, with home brew kits, brewing supplies and Dionysus' own craft brews available soon. Primitive or self-sustained camping & one yurt rental onsite. Hosting parties and special events.
Produces a wide selection of wines from Keels Creek Vineyards and other Arkansas-grown grapes. Includes primarily dry white and red wines, lightly sweet wines. Tasting room located in a Spanish-style building shared with art gallery housing work of regional artists.
Historic cellar offers over 100-year-old tradition of wine making, bottling and tasting, plus tours; several traditional grape wine varieties as well as several specialty wines made from Arkansas-grown fruit such as blueberry and strawberry; gift shop
Handcrafted wines made in small batches; tasting bar; wine making classes and supplies; gift shop
Best-known for its uniquely dry Muscadine wine. Located high atop Saint Mary’s Mountain in the middle of Arkansas’s growing wine industry. Custom pottery by a master artisan formed and fired on-site.
Small farm winery located outside of Eureka Springs near Beaver Bridge; features artisan wines and local products including jellies, coffees, wine accessories and more. tasting room; vineyards have 14 varieties of grapes and several fruits. GROUPS: tours and special functions available with prior notice
Enjoy exceptional wines inside the beautiful tasting room, under the covered patio next to the fireplace or on one of the many oversized decks. Create everlasting memories in the beautiful Chapel Ruins and gather in the 3,500-square-foot newly renovated Stables for a variety of events.
Free wine tastings seven days a week. Housed in the Taldo House, built in 1917. Wines made on site from locally grown Ranalli Farms grapes, using old-fashioned recipes. Winemaking has been a Ranalli family tradition since 1923. Join us Wednesday and Friday nights (May-Oct.) for live music on the patio.