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Operating Hours:

We are open daily during the following hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm
  • Friday – Saturday: 10am – 7pm
  • Sunday: Noon – 6pm

We are closed on New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.  You may shop online all day every day! 


We have seating for 22 people inside the winery, 25 people outside at the picnic tables and the gazebo, and 25 people inside our wine production building.  

*Seating restrictions may be in place due to COVID-19 and local guidelines.  These are subject to change at any time based on governmental instruction*

Are reservations required?

Reservations are not required for wine sampling unless you have more than 7 people in your party.  To make a reservation for parties larger than 7 people, please call 270-853-1718 or email us at

Are you family friendly? 

Yes, we have four young kids of our own and welcome children of all ages.  Although our winery caters to patrons 21 years and older, we also have snacks and cheese plates available for purchase. We ask that you keep your children with you at all times and not allow them to roam the property unsupervised.  We have 30 acres of land available for them to stretch their legs, but please keep in mind this is a working farm.  Remember, it is illegal to provide alcohol to underage persons, or to use a false identification to purchase alcohol. 

Are pets allowed?

We do allow dogs at the winery as long as the dog is people friendly, has a leash, and does not bark or growl at other guests.  We prefer that you sit outside with your dog at one of our picnic tables or under the gazebo.  Please do not leave a pet in a hot car.  

Do you offer food?

We offer cheese and cracker plates, as well as pretzel bags for purchase.  We typically have a food truck on site each Saturday from May-October.  

Do you sell wine on Sundays?

Yes, we are open from Noon – 6pm on Sundays.

How do wine samplings work?

We offer a flight of six 1-ounce wine samples and a snack for $5.  This snack includes a bag of pretzels or pub mix.  You may also choose a wine flight for $9.50, which includes six 1-ounce wine samples and a cheese/cracker plate.  You may also purchase wine by the glass or by the bottle.  

Do you offer tours? 

Yes, we offer a short 5-10 minute guided tour of the wine production facility on Saturday after 1pm at no additional charge, and by appointment after 4pm on week days.  Typically tours are given by one of the owners and is based on their availability.  Fell free to call or e-mail us to check availability of tours.  Staff can provide a guided tour during the week only if there are no other customers in the winery.  You are welcome to do a self-guided tour of the vineyard any day, but please keep in mind this is a working farm and the grounds are uneven.  

Do you allow for ceremonies on the property?

We do allow ceremonies and other events on the property as long as they are pre-approved and may include a fee.  We have a Bed and Breakfast on site and need to ensure their privacy. 

Can we bring outside food or beverages to the vineyard?

You may bring outside food and drinks as long as you do not bring outside alcohol with you.  Our liquor license does not allow outside alcoholic beverages on site.  You will be responsible for picking up any trash or leftover food, we do not to attract ants or other pests. 

Do you ship wine?

Yes, we currently can ship anywhere in Kentucky, Florida, and Minnesota.  Click here to shop online.  

Are all of the grapes in your wine grown at Bluegrass Vineyard 

Bluegrass Vineyard is proud that all of our wines are produced on site at the winery.  Most of our wines are made with fruit grown within 30 minutes of our vineyard.  We are proud to support our local farmers and can ensure that all fruit is processed at the peak of freshness. 

When is the best time to see grapes on the vines?

Grapes begin to turn colors and fully develop in August.  We usually harvest at the end of August or early September.  We do spray fungicides throughout the year so please do not eat any grapes without consent of winery staff.