Bryant Vineyard

Located in Talladega County | What you’ll find: Agri-Tourism

The Bryant vineyard is rooted on land which has been in the family since the mid 1800’s. For years the farm was owned and operated by Joseph S. Armbrester, grandfather to the Bryant’s, who found the Coosa Valley ideal for rearing his family and growing cotton as the main crop.

Overlooking the beautiful Lake Logan Martin, Bryant Vineyard emerged from a dream in 1965 when only a few vines were planted for family jellies and wine experimentation. Then, in 1981 several varieties of European grapes along with native Alabama muscadine and scuppernog grapes were planted on approximately five acres—the heart of today’s vineyard.

Licensed in 1985, Bryant Vineyard has already produced and sold several award-winning wines.

Open on Saturdays to the public where you can sample our 6 types of wine.

While trying to establish a tradition for the southern wine making experience, Bryant Vineyard is dedicated to the research and development of a disease-resistant grape necessary for the production of fine high quality wines. The goal at Bryant Vineyard is to produce the finest quality wines capable of competing with other wine growers throughout the country.

Bryant Vineyard is owned by Kelly and Susan Bryant and operated by their son Dan Bryant (wife – Tonya Bryant)

The hours of operation are Thursday – Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm

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