Every other Saturday night you can sit back and relax or join the locals that come to pick music. The Cove is a quiet, beautiful valley in the mountains loaded with history and bountiful wildlife. You will definitely leave this winery happy. Directions: From Gatlinburg, take the Parkway to the National Park. Be careful because the pool below is long and deep. Cades Cove Cellars offers a top notch local wine experience.
With a friendly and inviting atmosphere and fun gift shop it is a must stop. From here we head through scenic Wears Valley and Townsend. There are many unique gifts available in the tasting room as well. Our Cades Cove Tour and Moonshine and Wine tour are the number one tours in the Smoky Mountains. Cherokee Orchard has four big luxury rental cabins and a pool house with indoor pool — so far.
Jerry Reed has been a vintner and winemaker since 1984, and his daughter Cameran grew up working in the industry. Halfway through the Loop, make a point to stop at the Visitors Center. The name Cades Cove Cellars was even inspired by The Peaceful Side of the Smoky Mountains. With a combined winemaking experience of 80 years, we constantly strive to capture the rustic elegance that surrounds us in every drop of wine we make. Immediately after the Sugarland Visitor Center on your right , make a right on Little River Road. You can bring your own bike or rent one from Cades Cove Campground Store or another local purveyor. This collection of eight cabins has enough space to host up to 500 guests, of all ages, for a family reunion, company retreat, sports team competition, family anniversary celebration or a Smoky Mountain destination wedding.
Tour the Smokies, Gatlinburg, or even Cades Cove. Additionally, Cades Cove Riding Stables, located near the Cades Cove loop road entrance in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, offers a variety of guided tours, including horseback group and private treks as well as hayrides. The road dead-ends into Cades Cove. It is well worth the short drive from Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg the next time you visit The Great Smoky Mountains. Pigeon River Winery 3112 Big Creek Rd. Many of our gift items are handcrafted and locally made.
From the short Cades Cove Nature Trail to the long Thunderhead Mountain and Rocky Top , Cades Cove has a trail for every skill set, so lace up your boots and get going. The first Europeans settled in the cove sometime around 1818. Insider tip: During your drive, keep an eye out for white tail deer, coyote, elk, fox and black bears. Swimming is extremely dangerous at the base of the falls, and the powerful currents and undertow can sweep you away. Come join us on a bus ride though the amazing and wonderful Cade's Cove. We chose the name Cades Cove Cellars because we are not only passionate about the award winning wines we create, but because we are also very passionate about the beautiful area in which we work, live, and play.
The valley has a rich history. After a 45 minute break at the half way point we continue our journey around the loop until we reach the end where you are offered another restroom break before we head back to Pigeon Forge to end the tour. With wine tasting available at 2 locations you are sure to find your next favorite. Many of our gift items are handcrafted and locally made. Cades Cove Cellars provides complimentary wine tastings so you can sample their amazing vintages, ranging from sweet to dry. Keep up to date with events and ties on our Facebook page.
Get the perfect gift from the heart of Tennessee at Cades Cove Cellars. Stop in for a free wine tasting with award winning wines. Black bears typically can be seen along the Loop during late summer and fall. It is well worth the short drive from Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg the next time you visit The Great Somky Mountains. For hundreds of years Cherokee Indians hunted in Cade's Cove but archaeologists have found no evidence of major settlements.
Cades Cove Cellars offers a top notch local wine experience. We chose the name Cades Cove Cellars because we are not only passionate about the award winning wines we create, but also because of the spirited connection to the beautiful area in which we work, live, and play. Customers can take advantage of our free wine tastings to make sure they find the right wine for them. You can learn more and enjoy the wonderful adventures along with cider recipes in the newly released mythical Wyile Fables. Once we arrive at the start of the loop you will be offered a chance for a restroom break. The water-powered mill is near the Visitor Center is a must-see as well.