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Lilac Farms at Arrington Vineyards, Arrington
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  • This was my third time here but brought my husband for his first visit while we were in Nashville area. We both love the wine and scenery. One disappointment.... we ordered a case of wine (equaling $4...  more »
  • The Arrington vineyards is an absolute pleasure. The grounds are extremely well kept and clean. We recently visited with our son and grandson. We took a picnic lunch and so enjoyed the grounds as well...  more »
  • My girlfriends and I came here just in time to see the sunset behind the vineyards. We made our way back to the barn for some bluegrass and a great time. Wear good walking shoes because the barn is pr...  more »
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  • We love Arrington for the scenery and view. Tennessee wine isn't necessarily my favorite but their wines are actually pretty good. Sparkle is my favorite. Perfect for picnics any time of the year. Just a lovely, relaxing day.
  • 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.
  • It’s a beautiful drive to the Arrington Vineyards. It’s out in the Tennessee countryside, away from the noise and commotion of Nashville, on a narrow state highway, winding through densely forested hills. What do you do here? Uh… nothing. Well, almost nothing. There is no restaurant - most people bring a picnic lunch - no loud country band. It’s quiet… and green… and relaxing. Spread out like a big green quilt on the side of a hill, the vineyards stretch almost as far as the eye can see. Also on the hill are small groves of trees which shade picnic tables and folks sipping wine and talking to friends or taking leisurely naps on the cushy grass. I saw some friends tossing a Frisbee. At the top of the hill is the wine shop where sampling is done and bottles are sold. Miss Sherrie and I found a shaded picnic table at the top of the hill. A breeze made the hot sun more than bearable. We “people-watched” and admired the view. The hill is perfectly mowed and slopes rather steeply to the vineyards below. Before leaving, we sauntered down the hill and walked among the rows of grape vines. Each vine had many new clusters of grapes. We’ll return when the fruit ripens because we’d like to see a bit of the harvesting and wine making process. Most folks come to Nashville and rush from bar to bar and from restaurant to restaurant. If you’re here for more than two days, you’ll need some un-wind time. I think this is the place.
  • Absolutely wonderful place in Williamson County/metro Nashville. Excellent wines. Wine tasting available. Definitely recommend to anyone who likes wine. Property is available for picnics and offers beautiful scenery. Go there!