Approved from the Tennessee Wineries Organization, 17 vineyards are featured by the function from over 8 food suppliers and the Condition supplying food combinations. Courses may also be provided.
Food coupling presentations and wine discussions is likely to be offered cooks and by region sommeliers in Gatlinburg.
Vintners contain Apple Barn Winery, Cades Cove Vineyard, Goodwater Vineyards, Grinder’s Change Vineyard, Hillside Vineyard, Keg Springs Vineyard, Mill Bridge Vineyard, Mountain Valley Vineyard, Sprout Springs Estates Vineyard, Sugarland Cellars, Sumner Crest Winery, The Vineyard at Eight Springs, Amber Drops Vineyard, Beans Creek Vineyard, Lynchburg Winery, London Winery and Natchez Hills Vineyard.
Seats for Gatlinburg Wine Holiday are $25. Sign up for the event and to buy tickets visit www.gatlinburg.com/function/wine-holiday/.
A screening of the award-winning environmental documentary “Just Eat It” will be held from 1:45-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 in the Hodges Library, Room 213, on the University of Tennessee Campus. It is sponsored by a group of UT social work graduate students. The event is free and open to the public. Food will be served.