Hello everyone, and welcome to our website! My name is Derrick Huff. I am a local Warren Countian, WKU graduate, and Retired Marine. My wife Deserea and I began growing our vineyard here in Rockfield, KY in 2018 in preparation for providing a small farm winery in 2019. We are a boutique winery desiring to produce fine wines that are not commonly found in this region of Kentucky. Deserea and I are adventurous travelers who wish to take our experiences and knowledge from different wine-growing regions across the world and use those experiences to influence the wines we make. We are very excited to offer a unique venue and experience in Warren County. Please call or send us an email with any questions you have!
Our winery is the third small farm winery in Warren County. We are located in the charming and beautiful farming community of Rockfield. Our soil is known as Crider series and is the official state soil of Kentucky. This soil sits atop underlying phosphatic limestone bedrock and is well-suited for grape growing. Our vines saw great growth in 2018. In spring of 2019 we planted an additional 210 vines. In the spring of 2020, we will plant 800-1000 more vines of 4 additional cultivars! The grape varietals we are growing now consist of (Reds) Norton, Blaufrankisch, and Cabernet Franc. (Whites) Riesling.
While our young vines mature, we have sourced grape juice from New York and this fall we will also source grapes grown locally to help support our local community. We are currently producing 7 different wines: Noiret, Baco Noir, Vignoles, Valvin Muscat, Blackberry, Strawberry and Sweet Tea! The varietals that we sourced from New York this year are the same as we will be planting in 2020 so there will be relative consistencies in the overall wine types offered. We will be producing a range of wines for any palate from sweet to semi-sweet, off-dry to dry. Please see below for what we currently have available for tasting and purchase.
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A dry, rustic, and tannic red reminiscent of Pinot Noir. This medium-bodied wine has lots of dark-berry characteristics. Serve at room temperature. Enjoy with beef or grilled barbecue.
A dry red with hints of green and black pepper. Full-bodied with good tannin structure. Serve at room temperature. Enjoy with steak, pasta and sharp cheeses.
A light-bodied, semi-sweet wine with flavors of apricot and peaches. Very floral on the nose. Enjoy chilled year round and with cheeses.
This French-American hybrid grape was harvested in Scottsville, KY at Kentucky Hilltop Vineyards. Our Chardonel aged in KY Oak barrels and is now available for purchase! This dry White wine is made in the style of Chardonnay.
Crisp and refreshing, this white wine is reminiscent of German Riesling. A luscious floral aroma with flavors of apricot and pineapple. Pairs well with Asian cuisine and fresh fruit.
This Medium-Sweet Peach wine is now available!A unique and refreshing treat that is not overly sweet. Best when served chilled.
This Medium-dry red wine is now available in the tasting room!
Dark and fruity without being overly sweet, this Blackberry wine is a simple, yet guilty pleasure to enjoy. No other fruit or wine was used to produce this wine.
A classic country staple. No other fruit or wine was used to produce this wine. Best when chilled and great for some front porch swing'n!
Using a unique process, we have created something truly different and exciting! We have taken a southern classic and turned it on its head. Hold on to your britches, this isn't your Momma's Sweet Tea! It's perfect chilled or poured over ice.
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We are the closest winery to Bowling Green, KY and an 8 minute drive from the I-165!
The tasting room is open from Wed-Sat 12:00-7:00! If you would like to come Monday through Saturday after hours, please call to schedule. Cheers!