Kentucky Wine

Home to America’s first commercial winery, today Kentucky’s wine industry blends history and heritage with modern wine-making practices and techniques.

Kentucky Proud

Kentucky Proud

Keep Kentucky Growing. It’s good for you. It’s good for them. It’s good for Kentucky.


Commissioner’s Cup

The quintessential yearly guide to the best wines produced throughout the Commonwealth.


Events, concerts, festivals and anything else Kentucky wine related happening around the state.

Featured News

  • Commissioner’s Cup winners honored Nov. 18 in Louisville were, from left: Chad and Lenée Peach, Prodigy Vineyards & Winery; Rex and Diane Reid, Reid’s Livery Winery; Jim Wight, Wight-Meyer Vineyard & Winery; and Deb and Tom Parnigoni, Brianza Gardens & Winery, with Tyler Madison, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s grape, wine, and spirits program manager.

    Bluegrass State’s Best Wines Chosen in Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition

    FRANKFORT (November 21, 2017) — Some familiar names and a first-time winner rounded out the list of Commissioner’s Cup-winning wineries at the 2017 Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition. “The Commissioner’s Cup is the highest recognition awarded in the Commonwealth to the top Kentucky wine of the year in each of four categories,” Agriculture Commissioner Ryan

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Featured Wineries

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    Alice N Johns 12 Mile Creek Winery & Vineyard

    Hello, Tami Jablonski- owner, and Kevin Stewart - vintner, we have a story to tell... but "I'm not John and he is not Alice" Our Story Kevin's mom and dad were John and Alice Stewart.  John was born in 1911 and he loved to make homemade wine for his loving wife Alice and to share

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