Natchez Winery Puts a ‘NaughTea’ Spin on a Southern Classic

 A glass of Southern iced tea, known as sweet tea, is shown in this May 21, 2007 photo. Unlike iced tea found in the North, sweet tea is enjoyed year round and contains copious amounts of sugar. About 85 percent of all tea consumed in the U.S. is iced. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe)
A glass of Southern iced tea, known as sweet tea, is shown in this May 21, 2007 photo. Unlike iced tea found in the North, sweet tea is enjoyed year round and contains copious amounts of sugar. About 85 percent of all tea consumed in the U.S. is iced. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe)

Natchez Winery latest product NaughtTea Wine will change your view of the classic southern drink Sweet Tea. The unique tea wine puts a naughty spin on the “afternoon tea” by using their specialized handcrafted wine techniques.

NaughTea Wine and Natchez Hills Winery specialty wine glass. Monday, June 6 2016 in Nashville. (Van-Nessa Hagans)
NaughTea Wine and Natchez Hills Winery specialty wine glass. Monday, June 6, 2016 in Nashville. (Van-Nessa Hagans)

“The patent on our NaughTea came in about a month ago, we’ve had the product for 2 or 3 weeks.” Gwen Carney continues. “In just three weeks time it has out run our bestseller the Blackberry, which has been our bestseller for years.”

Natchez 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. They pride themselves on never adding artificial color or flavor to any of their products.

Grape pickers collect grapes at the Louis La Tour domain in Aloix Cordon, France, near Beaune, Burgundy, Tuesday, Sep 26. 2006. A contested new EU plan aims to fix at least the production side of the equation by downsizing Europe's wine industry. From Spain to France to Italy, Europe's vintners are putting up a united front against the proposal, which they see as draconian and defeatist. (AP Photo/Patrick Gardin)
Grape pickers collect grapes at the Louis La Tour domain in Aloix Cordon, France, near Beaune, Burgundy, Tuesday, Sep 26. 2006.  (AP Photo/Patrick Gardin)

“The NaughTea has some beautiful packaging and is made of 100% sweetened iced tea there are fruity undertones to this product but no fruit. It is absolutely delicious very summery and perfect for one of these bright summer days.” Carney said.

Wine expert Gwen Carney at Natchez Winery satellite tasting room. Monday, Jun. 6, 2016. (Van-Nessa Hagans)
Wine expert Gwen Carney at Natchez Winery satellite tasting room. Monday, Jun. 6, 2016. (Van-Nessa Hagans)

Containing only 10% of alcohol, NaughTea is the perfect way to spice up your afternoon served chilled or over ice. Summer wines are of limited quantity due to the upcoming fall season, and you don’t want to wait until next summer to try NaughTea wine.

Buy Natchez Wineries’ NaughTea specialty wine on their website or at their tasting room at Fontanel in Nashville, Tennessee.

 

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