The Southern Railway Station
The Southern Railway Station of Knoxville was built in 1903-1904, and was designed by the architect, Frank P. Milburn, for the Southern Railway Company. It quickly became a hub for people to pass through from all over. At its height, The Southern Railway Station serviced 26 passenger trains daily.
Our story began in 2009 as we opened our doors and became Knoxville’s first winery. Our wine is made from locally grown fruit from Tennessee growers, which we make here in Knoxville. We pride ourselves on providing a unique atmosphere, historical and truly Tennessee wine experience, as well as provide special event venue space ranging from weddings, banquets, and private parties.