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Paris Winery, Paris

(30+ reviews on the web)
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Thoroughly enjoyed the wine tasting experience with the owner of this winery! The Eiffel Tower and Guitar decanters were delightful finds, too. Very personable and friendly! Brought several wine choic...  more »
  • Enjoyed meeting the staff and tasting your wines at Taste of Tennessee. Very good wines with the Tower Red being my favorite. Hope to visit the winery in near future. :)  more »
  • Good wine and staff is friendly. I wish they would go into a little detail on what taste to look for in the wine and what is good to pair it with, but otherwise it is nice.  more »
Google
  • Stunning grounds and vineyard greet you when you arrive. Short walk from the parking area to the tasting room. The adjacent Italian restaurant was temporary closed when we were there, but we came only for the wine so no big deal. Sage was one of the kindest servers i have ever dealt with. The winery has a huge selection of reds, whites and a mix of sweet wines. I am not a fan of sweets, so i tasted mostly reds. Their version of a Chianti, named Vino Classico, was as good as it gets and for $15.00 can't be beat. After our tasting and and a no pressure sales pitch, we sat out under a grape arbor with an adjacent Italian style pool and Grotto and enjoyed a couple of glasses. with wonderful Italian music in the background, i felt that for a few hours we were in Italy.This is a great place to spend the day.
  • I bought 2 bottles of wine. Each about $23. Neither one opened. NEXT DAY, one of the bottles leaked. The cork appeared to be damaged and was inserted partly inside the bottle. I am afraid to drink the wine for fear it is spoiled. I called Paris Winery during business hours, no answer. I left a voicemail message. So far, no return call.
  • Three hours for food!!!!! Half of our party was done eating and GONE before we had our salads. Kids sleeping at the table. Then they got ignorant about how we booked it wrong. Absolutely awful place to go. My steak was supposed to be medium rare was more like medium well. The cheese on the potatoes was rancid. And the broccoli was sour! Not a damn thing good about this place.
  • Well the picture of this big building is deceiving. You have a small gift shop. (Small) We did however find some wines to be interesting. The ride to the winery was a beautiful countryside.would I go again? Only if I was passing though.
  • Horrible! Horrible! Horrible! Rotten cheese,tiny portions and waited hours to be served. The server was very rude to us. After waiting hours to be served, we recieved the bill. Nothing was comped, no apology, and not even a glass of wine was free for waiting hours. Today, I feel sick. It's an Italian bistro? Nothing is homeade! The noodles in the kids spaghetti weren't even cooked! I watched the chef carrying frozen plastic bags of pasta and the broccoli tasted freezer burnt and very hard. Beware! We feel sick today.