The servers looked like they hated every minute of working. The wine wasn't too bad but I liked Sugarlands a lot better. Doesn't really compare at all. Can't be upset at free wine tasting though!
I'm not usually a fan of homemade wine, but a free tasting is a free tasting. I walked away with a bottle of blackberry. I thought it was expensive for what it was.
It's wine, and they provide free sampling. What's not to love??? While it's really just their store, it's located in a perfect spot right next to Old Smoky Moonshine where you can head for free moonshine samples and listen to a bluegrass band in the square while rocking in a rocking chair. It's a wonderful little place that puts you... More
I went today and tasted 4 wines, all were excellent. I bought the peach, blackberry and a reserve. All were sweet and flavorful. I really enjoyed speaking with them and I had fun with the other people around me at the tasting bar. I will go back next year for sure. I felt like the people were helpful and knowledgable.
I enjoyed this place so much, I came back a couple of times and ended up making a purchase before I left. Their wines are mostly on the sweet side. That seems to be the theme of Bootleggers. All I tasted were very good. I did purchase the Red Table wine for a friend. The one wine that was not... More
they let you sample any wine you like and are very knowledgeable and talk to you about the flavor before a sampling. The Blackberry is uh-maze-ing. If you like sweet wine, the Muscadine is delicious as well. Less than $20 a bottle, totally worth the stop!
I really enjoyed the wine here and thought that there was a decent selection, however I was on a tight budget and decided to spend my money elswhere instead on a bottle of wine that came out to close to $27
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