Natchez Winery Brings Nashville ‘Rhythm and Vine’

Natchez Hills Winery is giving Nashville locals an escape from the busy city life at their Fontanel venue. Offering a haven of wine, food, and live music the venue is a perfect place to relax with friends, someone special, or even to host your event.

The small winery is owned by Jim and Karen Odom in Hampshire, Tennessee. The couples’ winery takes pride in their philosophy on using the old world technique to make their exquisite wines.

“We never add artificial color or flavor to any of our products, and that’s something we feel strongly about.” Said associate Gwen Carney.

Although the original home of the winery is in Hampshire, locals can experience the winery because of the new state wine law. This law allows licensed or farm wineries to have two satellite tasting rooms in addition to the vineyard.

Natchez Hills Winery has something for everyone with their weekly events, “Masters Marie Sundays” which features live jazz and blues, “Wine Down Wednesdays” which features cigar night hosted by Bellaterra Cigars, Nashville Improv Company, and Sips n Strokes.

The venue currently hosts their weekly “Rhythm and Vine” series where they bring 52 student musicians from Belmont University or local artists to perform. Fontanel’s “Silo Music Series” have brought big names to their location including Imagine Dragons, Widespread Panic, Earth Wind & Fire, Styx, Doobie Brothers, FUN, and Lindsay Sterling.

As the satellite tasting room approaches its one-year anniversary, the winery is always evolving with new ideas, activities, and concerts that will bring even more people to their Fontanel location.

If you’re in the Nashville area, you can visit the Natchez Hills Winery satellite location or if you’re in need for a mini road trip travel to the Hampshire vineyard.


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