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Agritourism in Monroe County, TN

Monroe County doesn't just have great dining, we also have several places for you to get a closer look at the agriculture that makes your meals possible. Come visit these farms, vineyards, and shops to see how the crops are grown while living with the land. If you are looking for markets, check out our Farmers Markets page.

Photo of vineyard.

Tslai Notch Vineyard grow six varieties of the indigenous wild grapes called muscadines. They sell wines, juices, and jellies made from muscadines. The vineyard is open to the public with tours and a visit to their tasting room. They are also an event venue perfect for weddings and parties!

Benton's Smoky Mountain Country Hams preserves the traditional way of making dry cured ham and bacon. Their store is open to the public but they do not offer tours.

Photo of deli case of meets in small wooden room.
Photo of assorted baked goods on trays in a wood and glass case.

Grain Bin Commodities sells baked goods just like your grandparents made them. Their bakery has cookies, cakes, and other sweat treats with many of the ingredients coming from their own farm.

Photo of greenhouse with small garden in front.

There are several farms in the county which sell their produce directly! Call before you plan your visit for hours and to see what you can do at their farm. Check out:
Beef and Blossoms
Casteel Family Farm
Living Dreams Farm
Notchey Creek Farms
T&T Market at Bar-Glen Farm

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If you really want to go on a culinary trek, check out the Tennessee Wine Trail (formerly known as the Foothills Wine & Cider Trail). This is a state-wide trail stretching from the Smokies to the Mississippi. Along with their trail, check out their schedule of upcoming events and other news.

Photo of several bunches of grapes on vines.
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