Lovers Leap Vineyard & Winery

(502) 839-1299 129 Lovers Leap Road
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
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Logan and Pam Leet have always loved Kentucky. Logan is a native of Lexington and Pam became a teen-age transplant from North Carolina. Together they had owned furniture stores, managed real estate, operated the only 4-Diamond Inn in the state, and developed an award-winning marketing firm. But it wasnt until they moved to Anderson County in 2002 that they found their home. Searching for a weekend retreat, they found the most beautiful escape they had ever seen. The house was on a large piece of property that held a special interest. High on a bluff overlooking the winding Kentucky River stood "Lovers Leap". This outcropping with its breath-taking view was immortalized in paintings by the famous Kentucky artist, Paul Sawyer. Quickly what had been purchased as a weekend getaway became a permanent residence as the Monday morning returns to the city became more difficult. Right next door to their dream was Kentucky's largest producing vineyard, Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery. Often the discussion of Read more »

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    Created by Elmer Swenson, this white grape is derived from an Ontario x MN 78 cross. Edelwiess is disease resistant a...

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