Alabama has approximately ten bonded wineries with most located in the central part of the state near Birmingham. The climate of the northeastern Piedmont region is suitable for vinifera cultivation, but due to the hot and humid climate throughout much of the state, most wines produced are native American varieties such as Muscadine and Norton, fruit wines such as peach and blueberry and French-American hybrids such as Chambourcin and Chardonel. Alabama's wine industry is relatively young and over a third of Alabama's counties are dry.


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All Alabama Wineries (15) [map view]


Bryant Vineyard

Cat-n-Bird Winery

Fruithurst Winery

Hidden Meadow Vineyard and Winery

High Country Cellars

Hodges Vineyards & Winery

Jules J. Berta Vineyards

Maraella Winery

Morgan Creek Vineyard

Ozan Vineyard & Cellars

Perdido Vineyards

Vizzini Farms & Winery

Whippoorwill Vineyards

White Oak Vineyards (AL)

Wills Creek Vineyards