Address: 1133 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37862 Contact Email: Phone: (865) 325-1110
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We are located at traffic light #10 on the Parkway in Gatlinburg.


Within our walls, visitors enjoy bits of Gatlinburg’s rich and abundant history along with a carefully chosen selection of fine wines made on site. Free samples of all our ward-winning wines are offered daily to all those 21 years and older. The original settlers of this area and the wonderful oral traditions they passed down are much harder to come by these days.

At Sugarland Cellars, we strive to re-ignite some of these often forgotten stories and tales through our passion for winemaking and the opportunity it presents us to showcase some of the wonderful people and places of our area. While you’re here, or the next time you decide to drop by, take a moment to sip back 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! Tastings & Tours are always free! Join us the next time you are in Gatlinburg to learn more about the winemaker's art.

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City: Gatlinburg, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Smoky Mountains

Admission Rates:
Free Wine Tastings and Free Tours!

Other Discounts, Military Discount, Active Military, Local Resident Discount

Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX

Hours Open:
10:00am - 9:00 pm 7 Days A Week During Peek Season Winter Hours 10:00am - 8pm Sunday - Thursday 10:00am - 9pm Friday & Saturday

Dates Closed:

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