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Lilac Farms at Arrington Vineyards, Arrington

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Lilac Farms at Arrington Vineyards is located in Arrington. Arrange to visit Lilac Farms at Arrington Vineyards and other attractions in Arrington using our Arrington tour planner.
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  • Hillside down from the Winery overlooking a valley of Grapevines----Purchase wines on site and bring your picnic--great outing for friends--- Also have a wine tasting prior to select your wine is unsu...  read more »
  • The view is nice and they do have live music sometimes (country).You really need to bring your own food here, as the 'wine shop' is less than basic. If you go to try out the wines, you are limited on ...  read more »
  • We love this winery! The grounds are beautiful, the wine is good and employees are very helpful! Can't say enough great things! 
  • We had a wonderful time on two occasions! We brought picnic baskets with our church group of friends and children and sat at a few picnic tables. Beautiful scenery! The jazz ensemble was very good and nice to hear as we are and drank! There was a two hour wait on taste testing. We bought wine without taste testing to enjoy their wine. We have had fun doing something different and outdoors.
  • Great wines! Fun atmosphere and a beautiful property to visit. Crowded on the weekends. Prices of wine a little overpriced. I would recommend them.
  • Beautiful place! Love the countryside. Family-friendly. Bring your picnic and enjoy yourself. Great time even if you don't drink.
  • This is the first time I have ever submitted a google review, but after the experience today, I felt compelled to share. I have been a wine club member of Arrington Vineyards since 2014. As a California native, I have enjoyed having a local place to take friends and family wine tasting and support our local winemakers. In the past, the friendliness of the staff at the winery has not been what I have grown accustomed to living in the South the past twenty plus years, but the overall experience has been enjoyable. Unfortunately, my experience today at the winery was not. This was rare weekend when my husband and kids were away and I was able to spend some precious time with my mom. Due to the soaring heat, I was thankful that we were able to quickly have a place indoors for wine tasting. The lady behind the counter, Ashley, not only was rude and inattentive, but punitive and insulting to both my mom and me. Unlike the wineries I have been to out west and abroad where the superior knowledge of the sommelier affords them the right to be a bit superior, Ashley could not answer simple inquiries such as the varietal of grape in the wine she was pouring. Since we arrived early to beat the rush, the tasting room was uncrowded; however, Ashley took an extensive amount of time to pour each taste for my mom and me, for no apparent reason and with no description of the wine. We felt like we were both invisible and inconsequential. When younger patrons arrived, she virtually forgot that my mom and I were there for 20 minutes. When she did return to serve us, she made us review each wine that she had poured to ensure that an extra taste was not served. It was belittling and patronizing. Ensuring the appropriate number of wine pours per person is the server’s responsibility, not the customers. Despite Ashely's condescending behavior and near spoiling what was supposed to be a unique treat for a mother and daughter, we were able to enjoy the remaining time together at the barn listening to the Bluegrass music. I have typically purchased a case of wine each time I visit Arrington, my husband is particularly fond of the sweet wines, like the port and fruity wines. But after today, I will be cancelling my wine membership. I am glad that wine will finally be available in grocery stores in Tennessee starting July 1. Disappointed, Dr J McBee
  • Great picnicking location! Bring some food, grab a few bottles of wine when you get there and enjoy the live music. Great place to hang out or have a small to medium party. Their wines are superb and the hill side view is amazing.
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