Marked Tree Vineyard
I love to hear the stories behind the wineries we visit and Marked Tree is one of the best. I can’t do it justice so I will copy directly from their website.
“The spirit of Marked Tree is about finding your path. Early in American history settlers noticed oddly shaped, bent trees in the landscape. These odd shaped trees were formed and created by Native Americans to be guideposts through the wilderness, a guide to water, a guide to food, a guide to hunting - a navigation system.
In 2015 we were in search of our own path, a Marked Tree. We wanted a place where all our family’s different paths could cross and converge. Our passion for farming , meeting new people, creating new experiences and of course WINE led us here.
We hope you enjoy time at Marked Tree Vineyard. Whether you are choosing a new path, enjoying your current path or looking for a new exciting one- enjoy the next marker of your life with a great bottle of Marked Tree wine. Cheers!”
Our experience at Marked Tree was no exception. It quickly became one of my favorites of the 60+ we have visited. Whether you sit inside the modern designed tasting room or outside with the amazing views you can’t go wrong. Tyler and Jordan were great hosts and led us through our table’s wine tasting. I am not typically a red wine drinker, but I enjoyed the 2018 Ghost House Red. My favorite white was the 2019 Gruner Veltliner, fermented in stainless steel. Needless to say I brought several bottles home. Pets are permitted on a leash and not in the tasting room. If you bring food there is a $15 off-site food fee. There is really no need to bring food. They have amazing charcuterie boards, hummus plates and trout plates. Marked Tree checks all the boxes in a winery. All you need is a few friends. Be sure to check their website for upcoming events.