Beans Creek Winery

(931) 723-2294 426 Ragsdale Road
Manchester, TN 37355
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Beans Creek Winery began as a dream no larger than a grape. Tom made his first wine in 1976 in a pickle crock in his mother's kitchen with childhood friends Joe and Dan Lasater. Tom has spent 30 years perfecting our award winning wine style using grapes and fruit that grow well in Tennessee. In 2003 with the help and support of other winegrowing families our dream became reality. Our member vineyards are located in Coffee, Warren and Williamson counties of middle Tennessee. We purchase grapes from growers in Sumner, Robertson, Sequatchie, Loudon and Sullivan counties of Tennessee. Beans Creek Winery is pleased to offer a wide selection of Tennessee wines. – Description from mriskic

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  • Gewürztraminer

    Gewürztraminer’s direct and obvious charm has made it a popular varietal in almost every corner of the wine world. Ex...

  • Cabernet Franc

    History of the grape: References to it in the Loire region of France date as far back as the mid 12th century. But it...

  • Scuppernong

    Scuppernong is a historically important Native American Muscadine variety. This bronze-skinned grape is a member of t...

  • Cynthiana

  • Niagara

  • Vidal Blanc

    Vidal Blanc has proven to be amongst the versatile varietals in North American viticulture. In Canadian vineyards, th...

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