The annual Nine Lakes Wine Festival will highlight the award-winning wines of East Tennessee. The Nine Lakes region of East Tennessee is home to nine TVA-made lakes, offering thousands of acres of clear waters and nature preserves, and a growing number of sun-drenched vineyards on our gently rolling hills. The Nine Lakes region is a wonderful place to grow grapes, and the wine and grape industry—already the fastest growing segment of Tennessee agriculture – is on the edge of unprecedented growth.
5/19/2018 – 5/19/2018
Admission Fee (if any)Tickets will be offered online prior to the event and at the gate.
Ages Festival is Appropriate For21 and older
ADA Accessibility NotesADA Accessible
Pet Friendly NotesFor your pets safety and the safety of others, pets are discouraged at this event.
How to Get There
About 25 miles west of Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Tennessee is conveniently located near I-75 and I-40. Whether you’re in East Tennessee for a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or Dollywood, it’s easy to plan a visit to Oak Ridge as well.
I-75 North (from Georgia)
- Take exit 81 (Lenoir City) to Hwy. 321N.
- Follow Hwy. 321N to Hwy. 95N to Oak Ridge.
I-75 South (from Kentucky)
- Take exit 122.
- Follow Hwy. 61 to Clinton.
- Follow Hwy. 95S to Oak Ridge.
I-40 East (from Nashville)
- Take exit 364 to Hwy. 95N.
- Follow Hwy. 95N. to Oak Ridge.
I-40 West (from Asheville, NC)
- Follow 1-40 West to exit 376 to Hwy. 163 N.
- Follow Hwy. 162N. to Hwy. 62W. (Note: Hwy. 62W will turn abruptly right after the cemetery.)
From McGhee-Tyson Airport (Knoxville’s airport)
- Turn left at US 129 (Alcoa Hwy.) toward Knoxville.
- Turn right to merge onto I-140 W. toward Oak Ridge.
- Keep left on Pellissippi Parkway N. toward Oak Ridge.
- Continue onto Hwy. 62W. toward Oak Ridge.