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- Tour the Tuscan-style villa and local winery • Taste award-winning wines • Locally owned and operated
Crown Winery Amphitheater
Centuries ago, the early settlers in West Tennessee cultivated vines on the land and the sun provided the natural goodness of the grape.
Today, on a hill outside the town of Humboldt in Gibson County, our vineyards stretch to the south and west and create a stunning backdrop to the Tuscan-style villa. The winery is a unique combination of necessity, science, and renewable energy. The wine production and storage area is built into the hill, which provides natural cooling through the fierce heat of the Tennessee summers. A large solar system generates power to this building and the connecting villa, which provides a majestic haven for weddings and private parties as well as the traditional tasting room and retail area. The rustic, beamed Queen's Pavilion next to the villa and patio can be used for a wedding or as a backup for an outdoor wedding should inclement weather prevail. It can easily accommodate 150 guests, has a vineyard view, and a fireplace.
We welcome you to enjoy a tour of the vineyard and winery. Stay awhile, savor our wines, browse the gift shop and be sure to visit Eric Botbyl’s pottery studio and gallery located in the heart of the vineyard.