Sugarland Cellars - Your Gatlinburg Winery
We are a fully-operating winery located in Gatlinburg, TNSugarland Cellars offers tours and complimentary limited wine tastings seven days a week, and our gift shop is a great experience filled with plenty of wine-related gifts and Smoky Mountain memories.
Celebrating Local HistoryRich mountain history is showcased on our labels and explained by our tour guides. We are located at the Gatlinburg entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Winemaking + StorytellingVisitors can enjoy thoughtfully selected wines that are crafted on site. Here at Sugarland Cellars, we strive to keep the forgotten stories of the Smokies alive through our passion for winemaking and by using our wine labels as storytelling tools.
The Local ExperienceWhen you come by Sugarland, take a moment to sit a spell and drink in the stories contained within these walls. You’ll be glad you did. From all of us who call this place home, Welcome!
Drink Local - Ask for Sugarland CellarsWhen you tour and taste at Sugarlands Cellars, you truly "Drink Local". Our Tennessee wines are made from regionally-grown grapes in the foothills of the Smokies by folks who have been farming for generations. Our winery team members are mostly native East Tennesseans, and they can tell you where the locals eat in Gatlinburg. Just ask!
Our Latest Blog Posts
- December 01, 2016
Awaking WildFire Hits The Great Smoky Mountains November 28th, 2016. A wildfire has affected “The Heart of The Smokies” within seconds. Damaging parts of the
- November 23, 2016
Thanksgiving, a day filled with family, friends, food, and of course wine. Enjoying a meal or several meals around a television watching football, or
- November 21, 2016
Wine is an ongoing learning experience. You learn by trying different wines, different varietals, different vintages, different styles, different brands and wines from different countries.
- November 14, 2016
Thanksgiving is a great holiday that is celebrated all over the United States with family and friends. Being thankful and appreciative of who and what
- November 04, 2016
Lights, Camera, Winterfest! It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, or should I say a celebration here in The Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg, Pigeon