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We really enjoyed our visit to the Tsali Notch Vineyard. The view is spectacular and the non-alcoholic grape juice is absolutely delicious. I took one sip and bought a bottle right away. On our next visit we are going to pick some grapes and stay...More
The Tsali Notch Vineyard in Madisonville, Tennessee is an incredible place with wonderful views of the mountains and their vineyards as well as the great wines they produce here.
Highly recommend a visit to anyone who likes something good and tasty.
Today I did wine tasting with my sister & sister-in-law. Didn't catch the name of the man who served us but he was very personable & knowledgeable about the vineyard, muscadine grapes(which is all they grow there), & the wines they sell. We got 7...More
Went here with one of our Knoxville friends , took a sandwich lunch (She'd been previously) and the dog , and after a meandering road , stopped near the Tasting room.
Let the dog of the leash after being confined in the car , for...More
We have passed by this winery many times and never knew it was here. Absolutely gorgeous views and scenery. This is a working vineyard where they produce their own wines on site. Wines are just a little bit drier than we liked but still excellent....More
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JD D, Manager at Tsali Notch Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 29 July 2018
Thank you!!! Come back and see us soon. Thanks again!!!
We toured Tsali Notch Winery on the Foothills Wine Trail. Pretty drive from Maryville. Not far from Knoxville or Chattanooga. Friendly people at this beautiful location with excellent mountain views. Their wines were outstanding. We purchased several bottles of wine and 3 bottles of the...More
JD D, Manager at Tsali Notch Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 20 June 2018
We were in Sweetwater for the weekend staying at the KOA campground in a cabin and did a few activities in the area. While at The Lost Sea (another must-see attration in the area), we saw an ad for Tsali and I insisted we stop...More