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Nestled in the mountains of South Central Kentucky you can find this small hometown winery. Years ago Zane & Amy Burton decided to follow tradition and keep the family farm alive. Yet, wanting to change it up a bit and try something new their final decision was soon put into motion. In 2005 Sinking Valley Winery was born. The winery made its home in the old Plato Post Office which was in operation from 1945 to 1953. Inside their business you will find the original wood ceilings, floors and walls. Looking out the windows in back you can see the grape vines far in the distance surrounded by a massive amount of beautiful trees. I was very impressed when I walked in at the originality these two have created.
Original it is, in every way possible. The winery is Open Year Round, Monday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm. Free taste testing is always available. This is something I would definitely recommend. The wine I tasted today was sweet, smooth and had a wonderful taste. A complete list of wines are listed on their website and can be found at: http://www.sinkingvalleywinery.com/ Unfortunately, I was unable to visit part of the winery today where the magic happens in creating such wonderful wines, but will return for more pictures and update it here soon.
T…looks good! Great pictures and placement. We’ll have to head to Lake Cumberland sometime when we’re there…really nice.
I would like to purchase wine glasses. I was at the winery and I loved the wine and the store.
They sell the wine glasses there with their logo on them. Contact them and I’m sure they would be more than happy to sell them to you and ship them out.